Danish wind supplier wants to take on India

Newly acquired KK Wind delivers a solid result and record earnings after expanding the formerly Siemens-dominated customer portfolio. However, liquidities are not doing quite as well.

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Danish wind supplier KK Wind saw major activity last year. The perhaps biggest event was that the company, which supplies equipment including control systems for wind turbines, was acquired by investment fund Solix in November.

Yet daily activity was also strong as the business performed excellently with growth in revenue of 22.3 percent up to DKK 1,463 million (EUR 197 million), according to KK Group's annual report for the period October 2015 to September 2016, released Wednesday.

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