GE plans to hire 300 more workers for offshore wind plant

The number of employees at the OEM's factory in Cherbourg, France, is set to increase by around 40 percent this year.

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For the third time since its inauguration three years back, General Electric Renewable Energy announces yet another hiring round for its factory in Cherbourg, France. The US-based OEM means to recruit 300 more personnel for subsidiary LM Wind Power's wind turbine blade plant in the French port city, GE informs in a statement.

This news arrives concurrently with the ongoing installation of the facility's second production line for making the 107-meter long blades for the Haliade-X platform.

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