Vestas aircoil A/S

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Vestas aircoil A/S
Manufacturer
Founded 1956
Headquarters Denmark, China & Romania
Key people
Andrew Statham - Steen Gildenpfennig
Products Charge air coolers
Number of employees
500
Website www.vestas-aircoil.com

Vestas aircoil A/S is a manufacturer of charge air coolers, intercoolers and cooling towers founded in the small Danish town of Lem in Jutland. Vestas built the first marine diesel engine charge air cooler for Burmeister & Wain in 1956. Since the turn of the century, Vestas aircoil has opened locations in the Far East and Southern Europe and continues to be a major supplier to engine builders and operators all over the world.

Until the 1980s, the company was associated with Vestas Wind Systems who are located in the same town

They continue to manufacture charge air coolers for new and existing diesel engines; and in recent years have seen significant growth despite severe competition from the Far East.

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