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Vestas aircoil – cool business

Vestas aircoil develops and manufactures tailor-made charge-air coolers for marine diesel and power plant engines.

International giants, such as GE, Caterpillar and Rolls Royce, know exactly how to get to Lem, a very small town in West Jutland, Denmark, and home to Vestas aircoil's headquarters. Vestas aircoil develops and manufactures tailor-made charge-air coolers for marine diesel and power plant engines. By cooling intake air, a Vestas aircoil air-charge cooler improves volumetric efficiency (brake horsepower) in a diesel engine. This is a technically complex process. Vestas aircoil excels in its field and has long since become the partner of choice for all the global engine manufacturers. Vestas aircoil is indeed incorporated into some of its clients' R&D divisions. The company also produces cooling towers for industrial companies under another company name, Vestas industrial cooling.

Based solely on population growth, the demand for goods transportation is expected to increase in future decades. This means that there will also be a growing demand for charge-air coolers and cooling towers. Vestas aircoil is well prepared to secure a large share of this growth. Vestas aircoil has trimmed its business and, not least, maintained its flexibility so that Vestas aircoil can move quickly on its clients' projects.

Why is Vestas aircoil more agile than its competitors? One of the reasons is that it has Genua's backing and capital, and has therefore consistently invested in R&D. Thinking out of the box and providing individual solutions are imperatives in this business, where managing complex technical challenges fast is the primary key to success.

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Genua's approach to Vestas aircoil has never been short-sighted. In our very technical branch of industry, short-sightedness often strangles development – and business opportunities. We see this happening to several of our competitors who have slashed their R&D budgets. Our R&D department continues to work at full throttle and we must exploit this advantage and increase our market share.
Steen Gildenpfennig, CEO, Vestas aircoil