LM Glasfiber announced today that it is changing its name to LM Wind Power.
The wind turbine company, which has its North American headquarters and a production facility in Little Rock, was the first of four announce wind energy firms to locate in Arkansas in the last three years.
LM says it will “update its whole brand presentation and corporate identity” including a new logo to go with the name change.
“We are looking to the future and changing our name to reflect what we actually do – providing clean power from the wind,” said CEO Roland Sunden.
LM Glasfiber is headquartered in Denmark. It announced a $150 million wind turbine manufacturing plant in Little Rock in 2007, which has ramped up production and seen layoffs during the last three years, in part due to worldwide economic conditions.
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