Suzlon Group plans to lay off 110 workers at its Pipestone, Minn., plant, the Star Tribune reports. The company's rotor blade manufacturing facility was commissioned in 2006 and once employed 500 people.
However, the company reports its global order book at $5.4 billion for billion for the third quarter of this year.Â
‘This has been a progressive quarter for us,’ says Tulsi Tanti, chairman and managing director of Suzlon Group. ‘Our group order book has grown to $5.4 billion, with particularly strong contributions from REpower and our India business. This gives us confidence about the remainder of the year and beyond.’