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11/23/2015

LM Wind Power names Reichhold its ‘most innovative supplier’

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The award was presented to Reichhold due to its achievement of delivering new innovations that will support LM Wind Power’s future growth.

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LM Wind Power (Kolding, Denmark) designated Reichhold (Durham, NC, US) as its most innovative supplier in 2015 during LM Wind Power’s global Annual Supplier Convention held in Amsterdam on October 29th.

“I am so pleased that Reichhold has received this award which is great recognition for all the work that so many have contributed to advancing the UPR technology in wind energy.  Reichhold could not have done this on our own. It required a partnership approach, which benefits both Reichhold and LM Wind Power,” said John Gaither, CEO and president of Reichhold. “This partnership goes back a long time but we can never rest on our laurels. Both parties recognized the need to constantly improve our products, our quality and our technologies to bring about improved performance and lower costs to grow this exciting business. Reichhold and LM Wind Power are both global in reach so as we develop together new innovative solutions, Reichhold is able to deliver them to all of LM Wind Power’s worldwide facilities. We value the relationship with LM Wind Power and will continue to work hard to be the most Innovative Supplier going forward.”

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