Chris joined Saint-Gobain in 2008 as Product Manager in the Automotive sector, after having worked for Rencol Tolerance Rings Ltd since 2000 as Technical Project Manager and Product Manager in Automotive. Chris began his career in 1987 working as an Automotive Product Technologist for British Steel. He has a degree in Materials Engineering and is an expert in process benchmarking, project management, application development, costing, materials and material forming processes. In his current position as Global Market Manager, Automotive Chassis and Powertrain, Chris’ role includes business planning, developing global strategies, developing new applications, marketing materials and training materials.

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