Vestas wants to boost market share on world's largest wind market

Vestas is not satisfied with its current strides in China and it wants more from the huge market, says the company's senior vice president.

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The Chinese wind turbine market, the world's largest, is dominated by local players, while Vestas lies low on the list of the biggest suppliers.

Mortern Dyrholm, Senior Vice President at Vestas, acknowledges that the company's share of the market is not at a satisfying level. However, he sees good opportunities for the company to poach market shares going forward.

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