Argosy Wind Power Moves World Headquarters-Manufacturing Center To Aurora, Ohio
The US wind turbine manufacturer said the move was necessary to meet growing demands for their direct drive wind turbines by vendors in Europe, South America, North America, and Asia. After just two years of producing wind turbines, their original manufacturing plant and headquarters was no longer capable of handling order volume efficiently, company officials said. The new headquarters office is equipped with a loading dock and drive in ramp. The manufacturing facility has much larger crane capacity and taller ceiling heights to accommodate larger wind turbine model assembly.
The new expansive offices and wind turbine production facility is also better suited to fit product demands. This new global headquarters provides better street visibility, larger manufacturing facilities, larger loading bay docks, and higher capacity lifts necessary for filling wind turbine orders given the large scale of many wind turbine components.
The new production equipment is ideal for handling high volume assembly and vastly improves logistical considerations. The Aurora, Ohio manufacturing plant increases inbound and outbound transportation of wind turbines and components, is in close proximity to major highways, and neighbors various wind turbine component suppliers used in production, the company said.
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