• In 2023, the ramp up process will begin, which will allow a gradual increase in production until it reaches 100% at the beginning of 2024.
• In 2023, it will carry out the approval process with two important energy companies
Ponferrada, 20 de diciembre de 2022.
Emobi Industries, which is consolidating a project at a high national level for the manufacture of wind towers in the Industrial Estate of La Llanada de Ponferrada, ends the year in the middle of the manufacturing process of the five sections that make up the prototype of the approval process with General Electric , with which last February it signed an adhesion agreement together with Capital Energy and Sodical for the supply of towers for its onshore wind farms in the region.
The approval process is, thus, at 80% consolidation, which it intends to complete completely in the next month of March 2023. These parts, which will have exhaustive control by GE, and subsequent ones that will be manufactured Based on this prototype, they will remain in the La Llanada field until, foreseeably, the month of August, the date on which it is estimated that the first order for towers from the electric giant will leave the factory.
The prototyping phase will be followed from March of next year by the phase industrially known as ramp-up, marked by a gradual increase in production, which aims to reach the optimum level of production efficiency by the end of the year. of the next year. In this way, the plant will be available to produce 15 tower sectors per week at the beginning of 2024.
Emobi Industries already has a workforce of 55 employees, which it intends to triple throughout 2023 to reach around 200 employees at the beginning of 2024, with 100% of the factory operational.
Homologation with two new strategic clients
Within the strategic plan, Emobi Industries estimates that in 2023 it will carry out the approval process with two important energy companies of international reference, with which it is in the closing phase of an agreement, which will promote that, despite the slowness in the management administration of the tenders, which implies a delay in the management of the orders, can meet the production objective of 15 sections per week at the beginning of 2024 by incorporating two more customer portfolios with their corresponding orders for the wind farms of the region.