Press Release: University of Buckingham appoints Visiting Fellow in Automotive Logistics

Monday 24 August 2009

The University of Buckingham has announced the appointment of Mr David Cardle, Managing Director of Frazer-Nash Associates Limited, as a Visiting Fellow of the Buckingham Business School. David will be supporting the work of Professor Peter Cooke, KPMG Professor of Automotive Management at the Centre for Automotive Management, Buckingham.

The Centre for Automotive Management provides education and training tailored to the needs of the automotive industry and more specifically to individual companies. CAM also provides survey, research, consultancy and publication services to the industry, as well as stimulating debate and interest in emerging automotive industry issues.

Cardle’s career in the automotive logistics industry spans more than 30 years. In addition to his automotive experience he has also worked in the ports and shipping sectors. David’s international experience is extensive, having established companies in Spain, Czech Republic, Poland and Belgium. As well as the United Kingdom, his client portfolio includes companies from Russia, China, Australia, United States, Slovenia and France.

“I am extremely grateful to the University of Buckingham. My appointment as a Visiting Fellow is a great honour and privilege. It is my intention to use my extensive international knowledge and experience to enhance the reputation and broaden the scope of the Business School and the University of Buckingham”, said Cardle.

David Cardle founded Frazer-Nash Associates Limited in 2005, a company now recognised as a leading international consultancy and advisory practice specialising in the global automotive supply chain industry.

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