LM to build longer blades and expand US factory

The Danish blade manufacturer is growing out of its existing factory in Arkansas and will soon have a larger line of production.

Photo: LM Wind Power

Danish LM Wind Power's factory in the US state of Arkansas will soon be expanded and will be able to produce even longer blades for wind turbines, reports local media Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

According to the gazette, this is the second time within a year that LM is expanding the factory in Little Rock, Arkansas, which is one of the company's two factories in the US. This time, the investment totals USD 8.3 million.

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