Danish blade supplier LM expands in China

LM Wind Power will construct its fifteenth factory in the world and its fourth in China.

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Danish blade manufacturer LM Wind expands once more with a new factory, 40 kilometers from the company's first Chinese factory in Tianjin, which opened in 2001. LM is now opening its fourth Chinese facility and its fifteenth in the world.

The factory will add approximately 500 employees to the current Chinese staff of 2,300 people, and is scheduled to open in July, writes LM Wind Power in a press release.

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