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Exhibitor Profiles

Corporate Details
Exhibitor: Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Limited
Contact Name: Sarah James
Booth Number: 509
Address: Canal Head ,
Kendal, Cumbria LA9 7BZ
United Kingdom
Website: http://www.gilkes.com

Corporate Summary:

World leader Gilkes manufacture and supply hydroelectric turbines and ancillary equipment in the output power range from 50kW up to 20MW from a single unit. Activities include, design, manufacture, installation, commissioning, testing, routine service and plant upgrade. Established since 1853; Gilkes have nearly 160 years experience of generating renewable energy from water and has supplied over 6500 hydroelectric turbines to more than eighty countries during its history.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      Canada, Chile, Guatemala, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, United States
Interest in: Australia, Indonesia, Panama
Product Service Offerings
Engineering Services, Renewable Energy
Business Development Objectives
Direct Sales, Strategic Alliances
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