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Gamesa, a wind turbine developer based in Spain, has hired Julius Steiner as the new U.S. chief executive officer.

In his new role, Steiner will be responsible for U.S. operations' growth momentum and profit objectives, with the goal of achieving the highest levels of production performance in terms of product quality and sales objectives. He has collaborated with Gamesa since the company's first entry into the U.S. market through its Philadelphia headquarters as a partner in Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP and chair of the firm's labor relations and employment law department.


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