LM kicks off construction of new blade factory

The first stone has been laid at LM Wind Power's new French blade factory, with the aim of ushering new customers in.

Photo: Eric Biernacki, Region Normandie.

The construction of LM Wind Power's new blade factory has been officially kicked off. The factory aims to secure the loyalty of existing customers and draw in new ones.

The factory, which lies near Cherbourg, is a EUR 100 million investment and is expected to engage over 500 employees and produce blades for turbines of between 1.2 and 2.0 GW annually.

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