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Monroe, Mich.-based Ventower Industries, a full-service fabricator and supplier of utility scale wind turbine towers, plans to locate its second manufacturing facility, which will produce towers for onshore and offshore wind turbines, on the East Coast of the U.S.

"The East Coast of the United States is an ideal location for Ventower II to expand our manufacturing and production capabilities," says Gregory Adanin, CEO of Ventower Industries."Both of our facilities will serve our customers in onshore as well as offshore applications using our advanced manufacturing techniques."

Scott J. Viciana, the company's vice president, will identify and evaluate suitable locations along the East Coast. In addition, the company will locate its sales and marketing office in Williamsburg, Va.

SOURCE: Ventower Industries


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