May 16, 2020

The Manufacturer Top 100 2016 to be announced in November

The Manufacturer
The Manufacturer Top 100
manufacturing industry
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Nell Walker
2 min
The Manufacturer Top 100 2016 to be announced in November
Held at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, UK, The Manufacturer Top 100 2016 event will take place on the 1st of November.

The list is developed...

Held at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, UK, The Manufacturer Top 100 2016 event will take place on the 1st of November.


The list is developed by The Manufacturer and judged by leading industry experts, with the aim to identify and champion dynamic leaders in the sector. It also promotes role models who may encourage younger people to begin a career in manufacturing.

This year the judging panel received an unprecedented number of nominations, and has required a month to decide. The results will be announced at the event, where shortlisted candidates will attend from all over the country.

This year, the The Manufacturer Top 100 judging panel consisted of:

Alan Foster, Operations Director, McLaren Automotive

Dick Elsy, CEO, High Value Manufacturing Catapult

Halil Bedevi, Managing Director, Hennik Recruitment 

Jan Ward CBE, CEO, Corrotherm

Jane Robinson, Director, Cutting Technologies

Judith Hackitt CBE, Chair, EEF

Max Roberts, Vice President & UK Leader, Manufacturing & Automotive, Salesforce 

Nigel Fine, CEO, Institution of Engineering and Technology 

Paul Everitt, CEO, ADS

Philip Greenish CBE, CEO, Royal Academy of Engineering 

Professor John Perkins, Director, JP2 Consulting Ltd and Formerly Chief Scientific Advisor, BIS

Professor Sir Mike Gregory CBE, Former Head of the Institute of Manufacturing, Cambridge University

Rachel Eade MBE, Automotive Ambassador, Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banks

Terry Scuoler, CEO, EEF

Zoe Webster, Head of High Value Manufacturing, Innovate UK

Download the Top 100 2015 here.


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May 7, 2021

Sustainable Manufacturing: Bayer Joins Manufacture 2030

Georgia Wilson
3 min
Bayer | Smart Manufacturing | Sustainable Manufacturing | Sustainability | GHG Emissions | Manufacture 2030
Manufacture 2030 announces a five year partnership with pharmaceutical and life science company, Bayer...

“Advancing life - that's what we at Bayer are all about.” With this strong mission statement at the core of its operations, it seems fitting that the pharmaceutical and life science company has joined Manufacture 2030 to further promote inclusive growth and responsible use of resources. 

For Bayer, the concept of inclusive growth means “providing more people across the world with access to health care and food security, and devising solutions to protect the environment, especially decarbonisation, climate adaptation, and biodiversity preservation.”

Bayer’s Ambitious Series of Sustainability Commitments

In line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement, Bayer’s ambitious sustainability targets to achieve by 2030 include:

  • To reduce its Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 42%, and absolute Scope 3 GHG emissions by 12%
  • By 2030 the remaining emissions of Bayer’s operations will be fully offset by purchasing certificates from verified climate protection projects

“Given CO2 emissions are the main reason for climate change, Bayer is committed to making our business as resource efficient as possible, aiming to become carbon-neutral across our own operations by 2030. By partnering with Manufacture 2030 and their cloud-based platform, the Bee, we can better equip our operational teams with the know-how needed to reduce impacts, as well as track our site-level performance towards company targets. We are confident that by embedding innovative technologies like the Bee, we can play our part in protecting the climate,” said Thomas Gosmann, Head of Pharma Technology & Global Energy Manager at Bayer.

Bayer’s Five Year Partnership with Manufacture 2030

Over the next five years, Manufacture 2030 aims to help Bayer meet its targets, reducing SCope 1 and 2 emissions across Bayer’s 138 sites, and covering all three business units (pharmaceuticals, consumer health and crop science).

“We are delighted to be launching this new partnership with Bayer, helping them to achieve their Science Based Targets by reducing site-level environmental impacts. Helping people and the planet is at the heart of Bayer’s philosophy, as well as being an organisation full of expertise, so we are thrilled they have chosen our unique platform to aid them in continually improving the environmental sustainability of their business,” added Martin Chilcott, Founder and CEO at Manufacture 2030.

About Manufacture 2030

Manufacture 2030 - Founded in 2017 - is a trading brand of mission-driven private company 2Degrees Ltd. Manufacture 2030 pioneers new ways to drive sustainable proactive across the manufacturing and supply chain world by partnering with multiple brands and their suppliers to reduce environmental impacts.

Headquartered in the UK, the company’s platform and support services help suppliers and manufacturers in 50 countries around the world. 

“We are a culturally diverse and energetic team, passionately committed to helping our clients and their suppliers achieve their carbon reduction commitments,” says Manufacture 2030.

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