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TPI Composites

  • Last modified 3 years ago
  • Scottsdale, US

We were founded in 1968 and have been providing composite wind blades since 2001. Our knowledge and experience of composite materials and manufacturing originates with our predecessor company, Tillotson Pearson Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-performance sail and powerboats along with a wide range of composite structures used in other industrial applications. We are headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, and we have expanded our global footprint to include domestic facilities in Newton, Iowa; Fall River, Massachusetts; Warren, Rhode Island; and Santa Teresa, New Mexico and international facilities in Dafeng, China; Taicang Port, China; Taicang City, China; Juarez, Mexico; and Izmir, Turkey.

We are the largest U.S.-based independent manufacturer of composite wind blades. We enable many of the industry’s leading wind turbine OEMs, who have historically relied on in-house production, to outsource the manufacturing of some of their wind blades through our global footprint of advanced manufacturing facilities strategically located to serve large and growing wind markets in a cost-effective manner. Given the importance of wind energy capture, turbine reliability and cost to power producers, the size, quality and performance of wind blades have become highly strategic to our OEM customers. As a result, we have become a key supplier to our OEM customers in the manufacture of wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems. We have entered into long-term supply agreements pursuant to which we dedicate capacity at our facilities to our customers in exchange for their commitment to purchase minimum annual volumes of wind blade sets, which consist of three wind blades. This collaborative dedicated supplier model provides us with contracted volumes that generate significant revenue visibility, drive capital efficiency and allow us to produce wind blades at a lower total delivered cost, while ensuring critical dedicated capacity for our customers.

  • 8501 N Scottsdale Rd
    Gainey Center II
    Suite 280
    AZ 85253
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TPI Composites and GE Expand Relationship in Mexico

28th August 2018 0 comments

US headquartered wind turbine blade manufacturer TPI Composites has announced that GE will extend its supply agreement in one of TPI’s Mexico plants by two years to 2022, and will increase the number of lines in that facility from three to five.

TPI and Enercon Sign Long-Term Wind Blade Supply Agreement in Turkey

29th May 2018 0 comments

TPI Composites has announced the signing of a multi-year supply agreement with Enercon to provide blades from two manufacturing lines for the new EP3 platform turbines for wind energy markets including Europe and Turkey.

TPI and Vestas Expand Relationship in Mexico

22nd May 2018 0 comments

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 and Senvion Sign Wind Blade Supply Agreement

15th August 2017 0 comments

TPI Composites has signed a multi-year supply agreement with Senvion to provide wind turbine blades from two manufacturing lines for wind markets including Asia, Australia and South America.

TPI and Vestas Sign Supply Agreement for Latin America

9th May 2017 0 comments

TPI Composites (TPI) has signed a multi-year supply agreement with Vestas Wind Systems to provide blades from two manufacturing lines (with option to add more lines) for the Vestas V136 wind turbine for markets in Central and South America.