Sinoma Blade, one of the largest producers of windmill blades in the world, expands its European activities with the establishment of a new branche in Enschede, on a stone’s throw of the University of Twente’s campus. The Dutch Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) and Oost NL provided strong support to Sinoma Blade during the decision-making process on the business location in Europe.
Sinoma Blade will focus mainly on further developing and designing windmill blades. The academic and business ecosystem in Twente offers a good match with Sinoma Blade’s needs and were decisive in the Chinese manufacturer’s choice.
4,000 windmill blades
The China based Sinoma Wind Power Blade Co. Ltd. (Sinoma Blade) was founded in Peking in 2007. It is a subsidiary company of Sinoma Science and Technology Co., which is part of the China National Building Materials Group. The company makes a substantial contribution to the realisation of a CO2 reduction by producing windmill blades for energy generation. With a yearly production of 4,000 sets of windmill blades, the company may consider itself to be one of the largest world players in this sector.