Siemens will build new test plant in Denmark

The newly-merged wind turbine manufacturer will expand its test center for wind turbines in the Danish city of Aalborg. Union welcomes the prospect of new jobs at Siemens Wind Power.

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The largest industry company in the Danish region of North Jutland will soon become even bigger.

Siemens Wind Power A/S will build a new testing plant for wind turbine blades in connection with its existing test plant in the Danish city of Aalborg, announced Danish media DR P4 NordJylland.

Union 3F calls it good news, although the majority of employees in such a center will likely be technicians and engineers and not 3F union members.

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