Danish supplier lands major deal with Siemens

Fast-growing Danish wind service company Fairwind enters two-year framework agreement with wind turbine manufacturer Siemens for an estimated value of EUR 20 million.

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The increase in orders continues for subcontractor Fairwind. The wind service company, based in the Danish city Vejle, has signed a two-year framework agreement with Siemens for an expected sum of more than EUR 20 million, writes Fairwind in a statement.

"In recent months FairWind has signed a massive amount of frame agreements, most of them with a duration of two years, and a guaranteed minimum of activities. With the latest agreement, signed with Siemens, FairWind already holds a very solid order-pipeline of more than 100 million euro in total for 2017 and 2018," the company writes in the statement.

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