In this video interview, Nicholas Anderson, Group Chief Executive at Spirax-Sarco Engineering plc, discusses the important role business leaders need to play to decarbonise industrial and manufacturing processes to act against the current climate emergency.
Whilst the focus of the Spirax-Sarco Engineering group over the last 130 years has been to help our customers make their industrial processes safer and more efficient, there is now the opportunity to support customers in a new journey, to make their businesses more sustainable through the innovation of new decarbonisation solutions.
As a partner of World Climate Summit 2022, Spirax-Sarco Engineering will contribute to Investment Session 1B "Scaling up Innovation and Finance for Heavy Industry Decarbonisation" on 14 November in Sharm el-Skeikh.
Watch the video below:
About Spirax‐Sarco Engineering
Spirax‐Sarco Engineering comprises three world‐leading Businesses, including Steam Specialties, for the control and management of steam - a Natural Technology key to our sustainable future, Electric Thermal Solutions, for advanced electrical process heating, temperature management solutions and, together with Steam Specialties, the decarbonisation of industrial processes and Watson‐Marlow, for peristaltic pumping and associated fluid path technologies. The Company’s Purpose is to create sustainable value for all of its stakeholders as it engineers a more efficient, safer and sustainable world.
About Nicholas Anderson
Nicholas Anderson is a Group Chief Executive at Spirax-Sarco Engineering plc. Before joining the Group in 2011 as Director EMEA, Nicholas Anderson was Vice-President of John Crane Asia Pacific (part of Smiths Group plc), based in Singapore, and President of John Crane Latin America, based in the USA. Previously, Nicholas held senior positions with Alcoa Aluminio in Argentina and Brazil, starting his career with the Foseco Minsep Group plc in Brazil. His areas of experience: Engineering, international, senior management, M&A, operational, strategy, sales and marketing industrial.