Interviews & Industry Insights
Every month, we’re catching up with the key industry leaders for exclusive interviews, thought pieces, trends as well as handy hints and tips. To view the full interviews click on the links below. To ensure you don’t miss an interview sign up to receive the Advanced Engineering newsletter on the button below.
Jeremy Whittingham That was the verdict from just one of the many inspiring comments from the visitors and exhibitors at last month’s Advanced Engineering. And I couldn’t have put it better myself. Despite the challenges of the past couple of years, this November’s event produced one of the most exciting buzzes and busiest attendance levels
Jeremy Whittingham It is surely significant that next week’s Advanced Engineering overlaps with the UN’s Cop 26 meeting. Although not a deliberate act of scheduling, the underlying driver behind both events is becoming increasingly similar. So, what do we think are the most immediate advanced engineering and manufacturing challenges required to meet these much-vaunted targets
This report has been commissioned by Advanced Engineering, the UK’s thought-leading conference and event for the UK advanced manufacturing sectors and supply chains. Whether it’s uncertainty in the marketplace, in your innovation strategy or in the choice of digital technologies available to you, overcoming uncertainty makes you stronger as a business. And that’s exactly what
Scott Singleton, Operations Manager at Cristex. What is your role? My role as Operations Manager at Cristex can be split into 4 key areas: people, core operations, project delivery and strategy. The main responsibility is supporting the production planning process and ensuring production targets are met and new opportunities are explored. The overall vision for
Oliver has worked in the Automotive industry for over 30 years including spells abroad at SEAT in Barcelona and at Volkswagen’s HQ in Wolfsburg, Germany. For 15 years Oliver was in the Investor Relations team working with the CEO and the Board to explain the Group’s strategy to financial investors and analysts around the world,
Aris is a Reader in Supply Chain Design & Logistics Systems, at Aston University and a Visiting Professor at the University of Lille, in France. At Aston University he led the development of the Supply Chain Readiness Level Tool to assess the maturity and the capabilities of manufacturing supply chains. His research has appeared in