What sector is TPI Composites?

What sector is TPI Composites?

Key Data

Label Value
Sector Technology
Industry Industrial Machinery/Components
1 Year Target $50.00
Today’s High/Low $32.73/$31.86

Is TPI Composites stock a buy?

TPI Composites has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.60, and is based on 10 buy ratings, 4 hold ratings, and 1 sell rating.

What is a medical TPI?

Triosephosphate isomerase (TPI) deficiency is a severe disorder characterized by a shortage of red blood cells ( hemolytic anemia ), neurological problems, infections, and muscle weakness that can affect breathing and heart function.

What is TPI in construction?

1. Tender Price Indices (TPI) They measure the movement in prices agreed between clients and contractors at ‘commit to construct’ normally when the tender is accepted. These indices are typically used for adjusting estimates and budgets to different dates. The BCIS All-in TPI is the most widely used example.

How many wind blades does TPI Composites make?

TPI has manufactured over 70,000 wind blades since 2001 with an excellent field performance record in a market where reliability is critical to our customer’s success. We are excited to announce the release of TPI’s 2020 ESG Report. Please click here to read the report.

Why is TPI Composites Inc a good company to join?

Exhilarating, engaging and extremely satisfying, all at the same time. We’re the future of renewable, sustainable energy. We’re on the cutting edge of our industry. And we’re growing at a rapid pace. There could not be a better time to join our team and help us shape the future. TPI’s highly engaged workforce is a key strategic advantage.

What makes TPI a good place to work?

TPI supports and cultivates a culture of high engagement where all our associates feel included and can achieve high levels of performance. The engagement of our associates has nearly reached extraordinary normative levels based on their survey responses. TPI has strong talent practices in place that follow the normal life cycle of an associate.

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