IAgrE | New President of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) announced
New President of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) highlights the importance of reducing environmental harm in food production.
Steve Constable managing director of Spaldings Limited is the new President of IAgrE.
Steve has worked for Spaldings for 32 years and was previously operations director before being appointed managing director in 2019.
He studied a degree in agricultural engineering at Harper Adams University and has an MBA in Business Management and Marketing.
Steve became President at an official ceremony at the Institution’s annual AGM and award ceremony held this year at the Claas UK headquarters in Little Saxham, Suffolk. His Presidency will last for two years.
Commenting on his appointment Steve said: “I am privileged to be appointed President of the IAgrE at a time when the need for qualified engineers, researcher’s and academics has never been more important. Recent events such as Covid, Brexit and the conflict in the Ukraine have highlighted to all stakeholders the importance of producing food efficiently, effectively and with the least harm to the environment. I am committed to working hard in helping develop this Institution to remain at the forefront of this exciting industry”.
President Elect is Dr Mark Moore FIAgrE. Mark is Director, Government Affairs at AGCO.
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