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Yet another wind turbine company lays off employees

A South Korean wind turbine tower manufacturer is now laying off employees in the UK. This is happening not long after Denmark's Dong Energy invested a large sum in the company.

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In its efforts to remain competitive, the South Korean company CS Wind will lay off more than 50 employees in its British division, writes Offshore.biz.

In 2016, CW Wind acquired the factory Wind Towers Scotland and the plan was to invest more than DKK 100 million (EUR 13.5 million). Meanwhile the factory changed its name to CS Wind UK. The factory manufactures towers for both onshore and offshore turbines.

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