Polytech invests in lightening protection

Danish wind supplier Polytech has strengthened its position in a niche market by investing in lightening protection solutions for wind turbine blades.

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Polytech is expanding within the international market for lightening protection for wind turbine blades with the acquisition of Global Lightning Protection Services, GLPS.

"By combining our forces, Polytech can henceforth offer customer solutions which do not just live up to the latest industry requirements but also ensure a faster 'time-to-market.' Under the new constellation, we can deliver everything that is required from start to finish within a lightening protection project for the most advanced turbines," says Polytech CEO Mads Kirkegaard.

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