LONDON GAMBICA, the association for instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory technology, has appointed a new deputy director, Steven Brambley and a new director of the laboratory technology sector, Tim Collins.
Brambley (left) is an engineer with 12 years experience in the automotive industry initially with tyre company Michelin and later as Production and Quality Manager at DANA, an American automotive company that designs and manufactures products for globally located vehicle producers. At GAMBICA, he will be responsible for the Industrial Automation sector and for developing the interface with the Association’s Process Automation sector.
Collins (right) began his career as a chemist at Kings College before moving on to Roehampton Institute of Higher Education. He was responsible for sales at Oxford Laboratory Supplies and continued in this role when the company was taken over by CEM, manufacturers of microwave systems for laboratory process. He then joined Research Engineers and subsequently Signal Group, specialist suppliers of gas analysers and systems. He will be responsible for the development of the Association’s Laboratory Technology Sector and its activities both in the UK and overseas.