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Wind inspectors reject sales rumors in squeezed market

Price pressure in the wind turbine industry has trickled down to the service companies. DNV GL's inspection business is the subject of many sales rumors, but the company rejects that a sales process is underway.

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Rising price pressure in the wind industry has impacted large parts of the value chain recently, and the niche sector for wind turbine inspections is now reporting that pressure has hit home.

Several centrally-placed sources tell EnergyWatch that one of the major players on the market for inspections, Norwegian-German DNV GL, has been rumored as a potential seller of its inspection division for some time.

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