This is part of a series of posts where we’ll introduce members of the DSL team, from across the organisation, to put a human face to one of the UK’s leading cradle-to-grave industrial computing and electronics solutions provider.
“The advances in technology mean there are always new things to learn”
Keith Clutterbuck is DSL’s Engineering Manager and leads our engineering team.
He is responsible for managing a team of engineers, all with a wide range of specific skillsets, and has been with the company since 1997.
With more than 40 years of design experience in various companies, Keith’s skills also encompass social media, marketing and customer service.
As a long-standing and valued member of the team, Keith has a lot of completed projects under his belt, a host of satisfied customers and a great connection with the rest of the DSL team.
But never one to rest on his laurels, Keith stays on top of new industry developments and wider learning opportunities across the industry: “The advances in technology in our sector mean there are always new things to learn and skills to enhance,” said Keith.
He adds: “I really enjoy the variety of projects we work on here at DSL. Being able to work in unison with client engineering teams across a number of different industries is one of the best parts of my job. It really is all about working together to achieve a common goal.
“Success for me is providing computing and design solutions to happy customers which make their lives easier. Solving technological challenges, and the realisation of a project on budget, on time and using the right tech, gives me great job satisfaction.”
In his spare time, Keith enjoys touring the south east coastline in his campervan, getting away most weekends as soon as the weather is mild enough. Keith says: “A long walk and a ‘beer on the pier’ are usually the focus of our getaways!”.
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