Wind turbine blade producer LM Wind Power is about to conduct a large expansion of its blade factory in Bergama, Turkey. 40 new personnel have been hired to the facility during the last few months, and that figure will grow to 300, set to push the factory beyond 700 employees in 2020, announces General Electric, LM Wind Power's US owner.
"The Bergama factory is a critical site for our company's aspiration to power the world with more renewable energy, and it represents our strong commitment to Turkey," writes Jesper Sørensen, Europe Head of Operations, LM Wind Power.
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