Broadwind Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: BWEN) today announced a $35 million order for towers from a U.S. wind turbine manufacturer. This order includes towers for various domestic wind projects. The towers will be produced in Broadwind’s Manitowoc, Wisconsin facility for delivery during 2013.
Peter C. Duprey, president and CEO of Broadwind Energy, stated, “The level of activity in our wind tower business remains strong and this order moves us one step closer to filing our tower capacity for 2013.”
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Broadwind Energy (NASDAQ: BWEN) applies decades of deep industrial expertise to innovate integrated solutions for customers in the energy and infrastructure markets. From gears and gearing systems for wind, oil and gas and mining applications, to wind towers, to comprehensive remanufacturing of gearboxes and blades, to operations and maintenance services and industrial weldments, we have solutions for the energy needs of the future. With facilities throughout the U.S., Broadwind Energy's talented team of 800 employees is committed to helping customers maximize performance of their investments—quicker, easier and smarter. Find out more at
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