Renewable Parts is a supply chain and refurbishment specialist in the wind energy industry. The company was formed in 2011 by founder Ewan Anderson to become an innovator in green technology for the wind industry driven by a philosophy of continuous improvement.
Focusing on circular economy best practices its specialist refurbishment center, located in Lochgilphead, is a central pillar of the company’s vision to create a more sustainable industry. Applying the latest techniques to restore unserviceable parts to their original “as new” condition, Renewable Parts is now helping customers to reduce their carbon footprint and become greener businesses. This pioneering work has resulted in multiple solutions across technologies including Vestas, Siemens-Gamesa, Senvion, Nordex, and GE technologies.
Coupled with its inventory management, logistics, and supply chain expertise, Renewable Parts' has established itself as the natural home for those businesses who decide to pursue a "self-perform" approach to the management of their assets.
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