Spiroflow supports STEM learning

by Cathy Podevyn

Powder handling and dry solids processing experts, Spiroflow, has recently announced its commitment to young people development and learning by registering two members of their senior management team as STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Ambassadors. Sales director, James Podevyn, and development engineer, Craig Hollings, will be actively involved in encouraging and inspiring young people to progress further in STEM subjects. The firm’s announcement coincides with British Science Week, which takes place from 9-18 March 2018 (#BSW18).

As a business that employs a number of young engineers, Spiroflow understands the importance for their, and the wider industry’s future, by ensuring the danger of skills shortages are mitigated.

UK Sales Director James Podevyn & Development Engineer Craig Hollings are STEM Ambassadors.

Powder handling and dry solids processing experts, Spiroflow, has recently announced its commitment to young people development and learning by registering two members of their senior management team as STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Ambassadors. Sales director, James Podevyn, and development engineer, Craig Hollings, will be actively involved in encouraging and inspiring young people to progress further in STEM subjects. The firm’s announcement coincides with British Science Week, which takes place from 9-18 March 2018 (#BSW18).

As a business that employs a number of young engineers, Spiroflow understands the importance for their, and the wider industry’s future, by ensuring the danger of skills shortages are mitigated.