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Vestas signs new deal with TPI for Latin America

The blade manufacturer has secured a deal with Vestas to deliver blades to the Danish turbine manufacturer in Latin America.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

TPI Composites has signed a deal with Vestas to deliver blades from a new factory in Mexico.

In a press release, TPI writes that it has entered a multi-year agreement to deliver blades from the production lines to V136 turbines in Central and South America.

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