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Mitsubishi Rayon and Fiberline Composites will found a joint venture company to manufacture and distribute carbon fibre composite laminates for wind turbine blades. Mitsubishi Rayon will supply the large tow carbon fibre produced at its Otake Production Centre to the ...

Researchers at the DreamWind project are looking to develop a chemical substance that will separate composite materials from each other, allowing fibreglass components used in wind turbines to be recycled. Denmark’s Aarhus University will collaborate with partners including Vestas and ...

Siemens Energy has opened two major Research & Development test facilities for wind turbine technology in Denmark

As part of the companies plan to streamline and reduce costs, employees at Vestas’ facilities in Copenhagen and Randers have been informed that their positions will be transferred to Aarhus at Vestas’ addresses in the northern part of Aarhus as ...

Northrop Grumman have entered into a long-term agreement with the advanced composites manufacturer Terma A/S in Denmark to manufacture component parts for the international F-35 Lightning II program. The agreement, which has a potential value of more than $97 million ...

Vestas expects to lay off 2,335 employees by ceasing manufacturing at a factory, merging production units and centralising administrative functions.

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