Vestas Wind Systems
A job fair will be held this weekend to fill 100 openings at Vestas wind energy plants in Windsor and Brighton.
Vestas Wind Systems is planning to add hundreds of jobs at three Colorado factories in the first half of next year.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems has announced its biggest order in three years.
Colorado officials are encouraged after wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems said it wants to hire more than 100 new people in Pueblo, while Xerox Services in Greeley said it plans to add 1,000 more seasonal employees through the end of the year.
Vestas Wind Systems is putting some of its factories up for sale, but officials said Wednesday their converted tower factory in Pueblo is still part of their recovery plan.
Another 80 workers at the Vestas plant in Brighton are now out of a job. Vestas says those are part of the latest round of layoffs at its U.S. plants. Two-hundred Colorado workers have been let go so far this year and more are expected down the road.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems is laying off 75 workers at its blade factory in Brighton.
More layoffs are on the way for the wind turbine company Vestas.
The world’s biggest maker of wind turbines in terms of revenue is reporting disappointing first-quarter revenue and earnings due to decreasing deliveries, high turbine costs and unexpected warranty provisions.
Denmark-based Vestas Wind Systems has appointed Dag Gunnar Andresen as chief financial officer.