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LM Glasfiber recently completed three LM 40.3 meter blades. The blades are the first to be supplied to Acciona Windpower from LM Glasfiber in Little Rock.

LM Glasfiber broke ground on its new plant in the port of Little Rock, Ark., last October. While the new plant is being constructed, LM Glasfiber has more than 190 employees working at the Scott Hamilton plant in Little Rock.

The Scott Hamilton plant is a production facility that has been rapidly deployed to accelerate the ramp-up and provide on-site training to new employees.



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