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TPI and Vestas Expand Relationship in Mexico

22 May 2018

TPI Composites reports that Vestas Wind Systems has exercised an option for two additional wind turbine blade manufacturing lines under an existing multi-year supply agreement. 

TPI will produce blades for Vestas’ 4 MW wind turbine platform at TPI’s new facility in Matamoros, Mexico. The facility is scheduled to open for production in the third quarter of this year.

“We are pleased that Vestas has chosen to expand its relationships with TPI with the addition of two lines in Mexico for its 4MW platform,” states Steve Lockard, President and CEO of TPI Composites. 

TPI has produced wind blades in Mexico since 2002 and currently operates three wind blade facilities in Ciudad Juarez.






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