MHI Vestas to hire hundreds in the UK

MHI Vestas to hire hundreds in the UK

16-10-2018 10:00:00

The Danish wind turbine company MHI Vestas will be hiring hundreds of people for their factory on Isle of Wright over the next couple of weeks. On Monday October 15 MHI Vestas started a large recruitment campaign driven by an increasing demand on their V163 wind turbine platform.

“Today marks the beginning of an ambitious program to increase the capacity on our wing manufacturing facility at West Medina Mills on the Isle of Wight. We seek people whit the right attitude, a good work ethic, and who wants to be part of something historical, "said Production Director of MHI Vestas Blades UK, James Luter.

With more than 300 employees already employed at the wing factory in West Medina Mills Stag Lane, MHI Vestas wants to offer newcomers an attractive salary and benefit package and a very strong training program.

The recruitment program follows a tight time schedule. The expansion plans of the MHI Vestas facility entails the purchase of a framework for an extra production line for wing manufacturing.

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