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Spin Trends LLC has moved its operating business to the base of Stateline Wind Farm in Touchet, Wash. The move will allow for anticipated company growth during the transition from the kilowatt-class condition monitoring and technical assessment to the megawatt class.

"The expansion into the megawatt class has been occurring for over a year now and has grown exponentially with new wind systems currently on the market," says Darrin McCulloch, project manager for Spin Trends. "The larger property, office and shop facility gives us expansion capabilities to meet additional work force needs, technical equipment storage space and a forwarding center for 24/7 condition monitoring with our online systems," he adds.

The address for the new facility is 1191 Watson Loop, Touchet, WA 99360. After Oct. 23, 2006, the new telephone number will be (509) FYI-COND.


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