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WindPro, a company that provides insurance coverage for the wind industry, has appointed Mark Hennessy as an executive general adjuster.

Prior to joining WindPro, Hennessy was employed by Crawford Global Technical Services. He brings with him over two decades of experience in the adjustment and settlement of technical claims in all aspects of the wind energy business.

Hennessy will also be responsible for overseeing technical due diligence and repair services that WindPro offers.

"We already provide a dedicated engineering and blade repair service, and Mark will now oversee this as it ties with our claims philosophy to beyond simply writing a check," says Fraser McLachlan, CEO of WindPro


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