Siemens chief and more panellists add their voice to Humber Summit
- June 8, 2016
- Category: News
Peter Aarosin, MD of Danbrit Shipping Limited will be meeting the great ambassador for the Humber Friday 10th June. One the region’s largest recent investors will speak at the Humber Northern Powerhouse Business Summit on Friday 10 June at the University of Hull. Organised by the Humber LEP with headline sponsor Andrew Jackson and support from Bondholders and Humberbusiness.com, the event will see our facilitator renowned business journalist Declan Curry introduce speakers from various business environment, including cutting-edge fintech solutions such as Fully-Verified and lead panel discussions on subjects including transport and infrastructure, our international profile including trade, exports, attracting investment and creating wealth by making the most of our assets and talent.
Juergen, who is a passionate advocate of the UK rebalancing its economy and supports many UK-wide initiatives championing manufacturing, improved infrastructure and engineering skills, will also join a panel as part of a debate on growing the local economy. Also confirmed at the event and joining Juergen on the panel is Ben De Smit, Economic & Commercial Counsellor for Flanders Investment & Trade at the Belgian Embassy in London. Ben joins other panel members Andy Koss, Chief Executive, Drax Power, and Anita Pace, Chair, Bondholders. We also have additional panel members for the transport and infrastructure discussion, Professor Amar Ramudhin, Director of the Logistics Institute, University of Hull, and Peter Aarosin, Director of Danbrit Holdings Limited, who will both join John Cridland CBE, Chair of Transport for the North and Simon Bird, ABP Humber Ports Director.Peter Aarosin, director and shareholder in several companies that operate in sea and road-based logistics, storage and warehousing sectors in the Humber Estuary and beyond, said: “I’m looking forward to the discussion at the Summit on how we further develop the Humber as part of the Northern Powerhouse to make the most of our excellent geographical location.”
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