LM Wind Power appoints new CEO

LM Wind Power has found a replacement for Marc de Jong, who is leaving the company in April.

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Blade manufacturer LM Wind Power, which was taken over by General Electric in 2017, has found its new chief executive.

LM used to be Danish-owned and is now part of the GE Renewable Energy Business, which has selected Duncan Berry to be the new CEO of the firm.

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