1968 - Founded in 1968 as Tillotson Pearson Inc., a high-performance sail and powerboat manufacturer

1999 - Current CEO joined and the company refocused the business on the wind blade market

2001 - Built first wind blades in Warren, Rhode Island for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)

2002 - Opened VienTek joint venture in Juárez, Mexico with MHI

2004 - New ownership – Landmark Partners and TPI Management

2007 - Signed 1st supply agreement in Taicang, China and 2nd agreement in Newton, Iowa with GE Wind

2012 - Signed 3rd supply agreement with GE Wind for Izmir, Turkey

2013 - Rapidly expanded manufacturing scale through signing a 4th supply agreement with GE Wind for Mexico, and new supply agreements with Gamesa for Mexico, Nordex for Turkey and Acciona for Dafeng, China

2014 - Signed new supply agreement with Vestas for Dafeng, China. Reached agreement to extend all four supply agreements with GE Wind

2015 - Reached agreement to add two additional lines for Vestas in Dafeng, China

2016 - Listed on the NASDAQ Global Market stock exchange.
Expanded agreement with Gamesa for Mexico and signed new supply agreement with Vestas for Turkey. Signed new supply agreement with Nordex for additional capacity in Turkey and extended existing agreement with Nordex

2017 - Signed new supply agreements with Gamesa for Turkey, Vestas for Latin America, Senvion for China and Proterra for U.S. composite bus body manufacturing in Iowa. Announced an advanced engineering center in Kolding, Denmark to serve European customer base

2018 - Signed new multiyear supply agreements with Enercon for Turkey, with Vestas for new manufacturing hubs in Yangzhou, China and Chennai, India and added a third line to our existing Vestas supply agreement in Turkey. In addition, Vestas exercised options under an existing, multiyear supply agreement for four additional blade manufacturing lines at our new manufacturing hub in Matamoros, Mexico. Signed an amendment with GE to add two additional lines in Mexico. Opened new tooling manufacturing facility in Juarez, Mexico. Entered into an agreement with Navistar to design and develop a Class 8 truck comprised of a composite tractor.

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