Gamesa inaugurates their Wind Turbine Factory in India

On 9th February, a delegation of Gamesa led by the President and Chief Executive of Gamesa, Jorge Calvet and Ramesh Kymal, Managing Director of Gamesa India, officially inaugurated their first factory in India.

The factory is located in Red Hills, a few kilometers from Chennai. Mr. Kymal pointed out that Gamesa will produce all the components of the wind turbines in India, except for the blades.

Gamesa factory in Chennai

 Gamesa presently employs about 100 people and estimates to increase the staff to 200 by the end of this year.

Additionally Gamesa will invest in the creation of Wind parks in India. The Spanish company has started to acquire land in Coimbatore and Theni for the development of the parks. They expect to create a capacity of 50MW and 85 MW respectively.

INDOLINK has assisted Gamesa in their setup process in India. The services rendered include strategic consultancy, location study, recruitment of key personnel and refurbishment of the factory. INDOLINK was present in the event through their delegate in Chennai.

Gamesa factory in Chennai

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One Response to “Gamesa inaugurates their Wind Turbine Factory in India”

  1. JAIGANESH .S Says:

    RESPECTED SIR..,

    I AM VERY INTERESTED TO WORK IN THE TURBINE MANUFACTURING UNIT…. APPLYING MY INNOVATIVE THOUGHTS AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMPANY…….. THANKING YOU SIR.


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