Fairwind bags big order from Vestas

Wind service company Fairwind makes a solid contribution to its orderbook after recently entering a deal to erect Vestas turbines in European markets ranging from Finland to Ukraine.

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Danish supplier Fairwind has entered a two-year framework agreement with Vestas. The deal concerns the erection of wind turbines in several European markets ranging from Finland in the north to Ukraine in the east and France in the west. As a framework agreement, the specific financial details are not yet set in stone, but the potential is EUR 25 million, Fairwind confirms to EnergyWatch.

With this agreement, the Danish wind service company has orders for more than EUR 130 million in the pipeline for 2017-2018. As recently as in January, Fairwind secured a framework agreement with Siemens of similar size and length, and has also won orders from other major wind turbine manufacturers such as Enercon and Senvion.

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