Siemens Gamesa to close China sales office

The company opts shut down its onshore sales office in China, while production in the country continues.

Photo: Simon Walker / UK Treasury

Wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa closes its local onshore sales division in China, but the company will continue producing turbines in Tianjin, report Bloomberg News and Reuters.

Chief Executive Andreas Nauen says the German giant continues its Chinese production in order to export to surrounding regions including Japan.

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