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William Wilson: Siemens Mobility delivering sustainability via railways
Episode 1816th February 2022 • ReMake Manufacturing • Red-Fern Media SOlutions Limited
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William Wilson is the CEO of Siemens Mobility UK, which designs and manufactures trains and also employs over 5000 people in the UK.

William has been in the industry for over 20 years and leads innovation in mobility and sustainability. He is passionate about the state of UK manufacturing, as well as attracting and retaining top talent in the industry.

We discuss:

  1. The development of railways in terms of technology, innovation and infrastructure
  2. Siemens Mobility's approach to sustainability
  3. How the railways can contribute to achieving Net Zero by 2050
  4. The biggest barriers stopping the industry from hitting its sustainability targets
  5. How to face the challenge of skill shortages more effectively

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