The company has four production plants in China, all located in Tianjin. Here Gamesa produces nacelles, gearboxes, generators and blades for its 850 kW machine, with an annual capacity of 700 MW. Investment in China amounts to nearly EUR40 million and has created 1000 jobs, it says. Chinese sales represented 15% of Gamesa's total 2007 sales, up from 11% in 2006. Of the 8000 MW Gamesa had committed to customers at the end of 2007, China accounted for 1120 MW, or 14% of the total.
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