Tim Routsis, CEO, Cosworth Group
From: National Manufacturing Debate, 30 May 2012, Cranfield University
28 May 2012 Manufacturing channel
The National Manufacturing Debate 2012. The main theme of the event will be 'Enhancing the Supply Chain for Growth'.
Tim Routsis joined Cosworth Group as CEO in 2003. Following Fordâ€™s decision in 2005 to sell the company, Tim then drove the company towards diversification.
He was inspired to exploit the high performance technologies developed for Formula One across a range of global industries including aerospace, defence, automotive, marine, motorsport and energy generation. The company has since grown from strength to strength, securing contracts with the UK Ministry of Defence, Aston Martin, Rolls-Royce and the US Department of Defence. Cosworth Group is now profitable and reported 50% growth in 2010. With headquarters in Northampton, UK, the company currently employs 350 staff across the Europe, US and India. Tim has over 25 years of senior management experience. Prior to joining Cosworth, he was CEO of Pi Group, where he had worked since 1998.