Offshore wind turbine manufacturer MHI Vestas, owned by Denmark's Vestas and Japan's Mitsubishi, continues to expands its local supply chain in Taiwan, where the company has signed a contract with Taiwanese company Swancor on production of wind turbine blade materials.
The conditional agreement with Swancor is MHI Vestas' second in Taiwan, following the Danish-Japanese joint venture in October 2018 signing a contract with local wind turbine tower producer CS Wind/Chin Fong, according to a statement by MHI Vestas published Wednesday.
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