Gamesa sparkles like never before ahead of Siemens merger

Wind turbine manufacturer Gamesa outdid itself in 2016 and beat its own expectations despite several updates over the course of the year. The Spanish company plans to reach another milestone this year.

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The impending merger between Gamesa and Siemens is getting closer, and the Spanish wind turbine manufacturer has just booked a record year on many parameters in 2016.

Sales to India and Latin America in particular entailed large two-digit growth rates in key figures, according to the annual report, presented by the company Thursday.

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