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Bladt enters joint venture in Taiwan

Bladt enters joint venture in Taiwan

09-08-2018 12:00:00


Bladt Industries has entered a joint venture med Taiwan company Century Wind Poer regarding production of mill fundament. Taiwan’s government has an ambitious goal of establishing large offshore windmill farms and the country could be an important springboard for the Asian market.

The new company - Century Bladt Foundation Co., Ltd. – combines modern European production technology with local expertise.

”This deal is a milestone for Bladt Industries, Century Wind Power and the upcoming Taiwanese offshore wind power market”, says Lars Kristensen, Senior Vice President, Bladt Industries

”We have been working on this deal for a year and we are convinced that this joint venture will supply the market with state of the art constructions”, says lars Kristensen.

Century Wind Power is lending production facilities to Century Bladt Foundation in Taipei Harbour.

Danish wind turbine manufacturers, project developers and service providers are well on their way to conquer the wind farm market in the Far East.

Over the past few months, Ørsted, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, MHI Vestas and Semco Maritime have all signed deals or cooperation agreements with Taiwanese partners regarding construction of large wind farms.



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