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GE Power Sp. z o.o. -
new PTMEW Supporting Member

 

17-09-2018

 

GE Power Sp. z o.o. belongs to GE Group - a global leader in production of electrical equipment and devices, among others wind turbines. GE entered the Polish market in 1992. It currently employs 7,300 people in the industrial sector. The GE Group in Poland owns, among other things, three plants specializing in the manufacture of electric products (in Kłodzko, Łódź and Bielsko-Biała) and three plants of GE Power (a turbine manufacturing plant and foundry in Elbląg and a generator manufacturing plant in Wrocław).

 

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