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Yet another European wind company to have forged an alliance in India is Dutch rotor blade manufacturer, Rotorline. The company reports it has signed an "agency agreement" with ATE Enterprises of Bombay, operational from January 1. ATE will exclusively market and sell Rotorline blades on wind turbines currently being installed in India. To cope with increased business, Rotorline has recently enlarged its factory in the Netherlands and now has space for five production lines for a range of blades from 13.6 metres to 25.15 metres.

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