London, UK (PRWEB) October 8, 2009
Robert Burger, Director of Global Service for LM Glasfiber, is bullish about the expectation he has for his company in 2010. He is looking to firmly cement LM's position as the go-to company for blades; their manufacturer and servicing.
But what does LM have over their competition? Why are they the current global leaders? What is there USP?
In short it all boils down to a fully integrated vertical supply chain, with expertises all the way from R&D through the manufacturing process and on to after sales care. Combine this with a strong company set of values and principles and there is a formula setup for success.
And so onto the questions for their customers; does any of this matter? In a rapidly expanding industry as the wind energy business is, where the latest turbine is already being superseded by a bigger, more efficient version, knowledge on how to best operate and maintain an asset is critical. Mistakes can be costly, while getting it right will ensure a strategy is bullet proof in uncertain economic times.
This is where talking to LM Glasfiber can help a business. They have years of knowledge in the wind energy space, but specifically when dealing with blades. So when looking to hear expert opinion on what size blades suit a project best, or the best techniques that should be employed in order to correctly service them, there is no better place to start.
Robert will be speaking at the Wind Energy Operations and Maintenance conference in Hamburg on 17-18 November; this provides a unique forum whereby established operators can get the latest case studies and strategy to ensure they reduce costs on core turbine maintenance and perform better data analysis to ensure maximum power production.
Robert will be joined by over 25 speakers from operators, contractors and service organizations including Iberdrola, Acciona, RES Ltd, Imwind, GL Group, the Global Wind Alliance, Fraunhofer, RISO and Vattenfall AB at the Wind Energy Operations & Maintenance conference. The event sponsors and exhibitors include the likes of the Met Office, Dantec Dynamics, ExxonMobil, Morgan Carbon and more.
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Wind Energy Update