Process Industries Division is concerned industries where the primary production processes are either continuous or batch produced.
Examples of the process industries include food, beverages, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, petroleum/oil & gas, ceramics, base metals, coal, plastics, rubber, textiles, tobacco, wood and wood products, paper and paper products, water and wastewater, etc.
Process Industries Division is a focus for members, as well as other national and international bodies, who are concerned with or working in mechanical engineering within the process industry.
Process Division Board
Mr James Bridge CEng FIMechE - Chair
Dr Tim Fox CEng FIMechE - Vice Chair and Chair of the Food & Drink Engineering Committee
Eur Ing Graham Leason CEng FIMechE - Vice Chair
Director & Consultant, Tech-A Ltd
Process Division Board members
Mr Masoud Bagherzadeh CEng MIMechE
Senior Static Equipment Engineer, Fluor Ltd
Mr Allan Barton
Global Business Leader Resources and Waste, Arup
Mr Oliver Butler CEng FIMechE
General Manager - LNG Market Development, Shell International E&P
Mr Andrew Clifton
The Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO)
Technical Activity Committees
The Division has six Technical Activity Committees (TACs):
The TACs are key to the success of the division as are the regional centres, which provide lectures, seminars, conferences and others events for members.
The TAC committees:
- Liaise with internal divisions and groups, regions and external bodies to provide the Institution's focus within their field
- Promote best practice
- Provide a forum for the dissemination of information through events and publications
- Support Institution members in their activities
- Promote education and training and continuing professional development and seek opportunities to provide the Institution's opinion on relevant topics
Find out more about the Process Industries Division's TACs.
The division also has two regional centres in the North West and Humberside.
Jim Bridge CEng FIMechE, Chairman of the Process Industries Division Board would like to put more of a focus on mentoring and developing engineers during his tenure as chair.
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