LITTLE ROCK, AR - LM Glasfiber today showed off the first windmill blade it produced at a temporary facility in Little Rock. The company will build a $150 million factory to produce the windmill blades and is operating at a temporary site.
The company has hired 190 workers at the temporary plant, and they will move to the new factory once it is complete. The Denmark-based company has one other U.S. location, in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
LM Glasfiber says it has orders for more than 1,000 blades. The blades are used in wind turbines.