Tim Baker from Ludlow, Shropshire has been awarded the Institution of Agricultural Engineers Michael Dwyer Memorial Prize in recognition of his outstanding progress in the agricultural engineering industry.
Tim Baker (right) receives the Michael Dwyer Memorial Prize from IAgrE President Andy Newbold
The award was presented at IAgrE’s 2012 Landwards Conference by Andy Newbold the Institution’s new President. Presenting the award Andy said “Tim is a motivated and talented hands on engineer who continues to make a difference within our industry .”
Tim who is a Technical Manager at Kverneland Group, a leading international agricultural equipment manufacturer, began his career as a development engineer with McConnell of Ludlow. In this role he was involved with the design development and testing of products and he also provided technical support for the range of machinery marketed in the UK.
He has played a prominent role in the establishment of the ISObus system as the industry standard and he has worked for the Kverneland Group since 1983.
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