services and solutions and contracting on a cost per tonne basis
How widespread is
the shift to service in manufacturing and why do some companies fail to develop
sustainable business models post-transition?
framework to test your organisations business model, supplier capability and
ability to successfully deliver services
Erik Fossum holds a Master degree in Business and Economics and has worked in Hydro Aluminium for 23 years. He has for the last six years held the position as Senior Vice President as Head of Commercial in Primary Metal. He oversees Hydro Primary Metal global sales and marketing of 3 million metric tons of aluminum cast-house products and oversees R&D of cast-house products and alloy development. In addition, he is also responsible for the Metal Sourcing and Trading activities in Hydro. He serves on the Board of Directors in Slovalco a.s.
Heron leads the Communications and Public Affairs programme of Eurometaux, the
European association of non-ferrous metals producers and recyclers. He works
horizontally on EU policy issues covering resource efficiency, energy,
environment and trade. His work includes a special focus on the metals
industry’s opportunities and challenges from Europe’s low-carbon transition. <o:p></o:p>
joining Eurometaux in 2014, Chris worked for EUROBAT, the European automotive
and industrial battery association. Here he worked on e-mobility and grid
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holds a BA in English Literature from University College London, and an MA in
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Michael Insulan is a commodity analyst with Eurasian Resources Group (ERG), focusing on cobalt. Michael has been involved with the commodities industry since 2003, having previously worked with Shell in business portfolio analysis. Prior to joining ERG, Michael worked at CRU in London and Santiago, in both consulting and analysis. Most recently he managed CRU's aluminium raw materials team, covering bauxite, alumina, and carbon products. Michael holds a BA in International Business, Finance and Economics from the University of Manchester, and a PhD in Economics from Manchester Business School.
Emmanuel Bulle is a senior director based in Fitch Ratings’ Barcelona office. He heads the manufacturing team in Europe and is also the lead analyst for the European automotive sector. He joined Fitch in 2005 from Fortis Bank, where he worked for five years as a sell-side credit analyst covering that sector and other industrial sectors.
Prior to joining Fortis, Emmanuel worked for AXA Investment Managers as a buy-side credit analyst, having joined the AXA group as an internal auditor.
Emmanuel graduated from Reims Management School (Neoma), specialising in Finance.
Franco Gonzalez is Principal Analyst at IDTechEx. He carries out research, analysis and global consulting in the areas of emerging energy storage technologies, advanced energy materials, electric vehicles and related technologies. Franco has more than 10 years of experience in global market analysis, strategic relations and consultancy in the areas of emerging energy technologies, sustainability and global manufacturing.
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Sabine holds a Master’s degree in International Business from the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Torsten jointed the German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA) at BGR in 2012. He is head of the unit mineral economics and in charge of the DERA monitoring system on critical raw materials. The monitoring systems addresses the German industry and policy and aims to identify potential price and supply risks within the markets of raw materials. It also helps companies to identify mitigation strategies. Besides the monitoring system, Torsten´s research focus are trade and security issues related to the supply of raw materials.
Paul Baruya's focus is on global coal markets and trade, power generation trends and modelling. His most recent reports include studies on major coal importing countries and power prospects in Africa and Asia as well as looking at various aspects of the coal supply chain. Previous reports have looked at the cost of producing coal worldwide and examining the global coal and gas competition. Paul has been a regular contributor to the IEA World Energy Outlook regarding coal matters, and continues to have a role as a peer reviewer. Some of Paul’s latest research has involved examining trends in the financing of new coal plants and the costs of supplying internationally traded coals.
Zhou Feng graduated from Fudan University in 1986. He has worked for the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, MOFCOM, China National Nonferrous Metals Imp. & Exp. Corporation and China Minmetals Corporation. Now he is Vice President of Minmetals Economic Research Institute and visiting professor at Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. Zhou Feng has been long engaged in research work in the nonferrous metal industry especially in Copper.
Simona Gambarini joined Capital Economics’ commodities team in April 2015, specialising in metals. Simona previously worked as a commodities economist for ETF Securities.
She has a Master’s degree in Finance from Warwick Business School and a Master’s degree in Economics and International Finance from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.
Professor Andy Neely is Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Enterprise and Business Relations at the University of Cambridge, Head of the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) and Head of the Manufacturing and Management Division of Cambridge University Engineering Department. He is a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College and Founding Director of the Cambridge Service Alliance. He is widely recognized for his work on the servitization of manufacturing, as well as his work on performance measurement and management. Previously he has held appointments at Cranfield University, London Business School, Cambridge University, where he was a Fellow of Churchill College, Nottingham University, where he completed his PhD and British Aerospace. He was Deputy Director of AIM Research – the UK’s management research initiative – from 2003 until 2012 and was elected a Fellow of the British Academy of Management in 2007, a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2008 and a Fellow of the European Operations Management Association in 2009.
Mark is the Director of the Light Metals Research Centre, based at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Mark has over 20 years’ experience (10 years at the Light Metals Research Centre) in research and development, technical support and project management in metal production industries.
Mark holds a Bachelor degree and PhD in Chemical and Materials Engineering, both from the University of Auckland. His PhD focussed on current efficiency measurement and anode effect gas emissions, and included his first time spent working in aluminium smelters.
His main smelter based projects now involve working in carbon plants and rodding rooms. Mark is also a lead instructor for LMRC’s industrial training courses that are customised for and delivered at various smelter sites. He also plays a guiding role in the fundamental research programs carried out in the Centre.
Mark is also the Vice President, Technical at Energia Potior Limited, the company responsible for bringing the EnPot shell heat exchanger technology to smelters worldwide. EnPot enables smelters to modulate their energy consumption on an hourly, daily or seasonal basis, changing the energy supply dynamic and allowing them to integrate with renewable energy grids.