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LM Glasfiber Manufactures First Blade Set In Little Rock, Arkansas

  • Tuesday, 4th March 2008
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Since breaking ground last October at its new plant in the Port of Little Rock, LM Glasfiber has wasted no time ramping up to meet its customer’s global demand for blades.

While the new plant is being constructed LM Glasfiber already has more than 190 employees working at the Scott Hamilton plant in Little Rock.

The Scott Hamilton plant is a production facility that has been rapidly deployed to accelerate the ramp-up and provide on-site training to new employees. Here and also at LM Glasfiber’s other U.S. plant in Grand Forks, North Dakota employees are trained to ensure that new blades meet LM Glasfiber’s global quality standards. Earlier this year, 100 LM Glasfiber employees were presented with Arkansas Career Readiness Certificates signed by Governor Beebe.

This expertise and hard work recently resulted in the completion of three LM 40.3 m blades, a milestone for LM Glasfiber in Little Rock. The blades are the first to be supplied to Acciona Windpower from LM Glasfiber in Little Rock.


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