TPI to manufacture wind blades for Senvion using proprietary RodPack technology

TPI Composites, a manufacturer of composite wind blades, has signed a multi-year supply agreement with Senvion to provide blades from two manufacturing lines for wind markets including Asia, Australia, and South America. The blades will be produced at TPI’s facility in Taicang Port, Jiangsu province, China with production planned to commence in Q1 2018.

Upon signing a multi-year agreement with Senvion, TPI Composites will be manufacturing the turbine blades using proprietary RodPack technology, a highly advanced material system that enables optimized blade design and faster production.

The blades will be manufactured using proprietary RodPack technology, a highly advanced material system that, when used in the main girder, enables optimized blade design. The process also offers faster and higher-quality blade production.

Senvion purchased the RodPack technology in 2015, and has designed it into several blade models. As part of this agreement,

“We are pleased to add Senvion as a key customer and that Senvion has chosen TPI as its wind blade outsource and technology partner for the Asian, Australian and South American markets,” said Steve Lockard, President, and CEO of TPI Composites.

TPI will establish high-volume, high-quality, low-cost supply of RodPack from its operations in China.

“We have chosen TPI due to its strong quality track-record, cost competitiveness, global footprint and ability to support Senvion’s drive for technology leadership,” said Christian Roth, COO of Senvion.

TPI has produced wind blades in Taicang Port, China since 2007. TPI currently produces wind blades and precision molding and assembly systems in four facilities in China.

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