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Ventower Industries plans to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 9 to officially open its wind tower manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters in Monroe, Mich.

The event will mark the culmination of years of cooperative work between the full-service fabricator and supplier of industrial-scale wind turbine towers, and local, state and federal government entities.

The facility is equipped with the technologically advanced fabrication equipment to ensure that its wind towers are built to the highest quality standards, efficiently and on time, according to the company.

Ventower is located at the Port of Monroe, Mich., with direct dock access to Lake Erie.


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