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Prospect of strong growth in impending Vestas report

Revenue can expect major growth, while record first-quarter earnings are anticipated when Vestas presents its interim report this Friday.

Photo: Frank Boutrup Schmidt/Vestas

The first months of a year are traditionally easy going for wind turbine manufacturers and this would usually also have been expected of Vestas, which will present its first quarter interim report this Friday.

However, despite the seasonal effect, major growth is expected in revenue as well as record income for a first quarter.

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