Fort Madison

Fort Madison,

city (1990 pop. 11,618), seat of Lee co., SE Iowa, on the Mississippi River; inc. 1838. Fort Madison, a U.S. trading post, was established in 1808 as the first fort west of the Mississippi; it was named for James Madison, then President. The city is a river port for barge traffic as well as a rail, commercial, and industrial center with a wide variety of light manufactures. Iowa State Penitentiary (1839) and Lee County Courthouse (1841) are in Fort Madison.
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Most of the blades for the five projects will be made at Siemen Gamesas blade plant in Fort Madison, Iowa, with the remainder sourced within the North America.
It is located at 2210 Ave H, Fort Madison, Iowa 52627.
Siemens' blade factory in Fort Madison, Iowa, and Siemens aerodynamic engineering centre in Boulder, Colorado, were heavily involved in the development of the refined product and its aeroelastically tailored blade.
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According to the company, its Fort Madison, Iowa, facility will manufacture all the blades, while the nacelles and hubs will be assembled at the Siemens plant in Hutchinson, Kansas.
Gary Milks has been named president and publisher; previously, he was publisher of the company's Fort Madison Daily Democrat in Iowa and president of its Mississippi Valley Media, a job he'd held since 2001.
These wind turbines will be produced in our factories in Fort Madison, Iowa, and in Hutchinson, Kansas, and will supply secure and environmentally friendly energy to 190,000 average U.
Siemens also recently expanded its 600,000-square-foot blade manufacturing facilities in Fort Madison, Iowa, which it opened in 2007.
The story begins in 1907, the same year Outhwaite & Litherland were founded, when Sheaffer began work on his own unique fountain pen design: the invention of the lever-filling fountain pen in Fort Madison, Iowa.
Soon, the big man and his son, Dan, began spending time along the Mississippi near Fort Madison.
A Fort Madison, Iowa, man who posted a "Dilbert" comic on an office bulletin board lost his job for implying his bosses were "drunken lemurs," The Des Moines Register reported today.
shipped the first wind blades from its new factory in Fort Madison, Iowa, in mid-August.

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