Issue: Oct 2016


Pratt & Miller Engineering Welcomes Chris Andrews as Director of Automotive Business Development



by James Hilton

Pratt & Miller Engineering (PME) is proud to announce and welcome Chris Andrews as its Director of Automotive Business Development. Chris joined the PME team on August 15(th) and is based out of the company's Grand River Office in New Hudson, Michigan.

 

Chris's impressive resume includes degrees in Communications, a Master of Science in Engineering Management, and is a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt. He is a 15+ year veteran from the Visteon Corporation where he was most recently Leader of Emerging Technologies. 

 

In his new position, Chris's main focus will be growing PME's current customer portfolio while gaining ground with a new customer base in the automotive/mobility space.

 

"I am proud to now be a part of the extraordinary culture and capability at Pratt & Miller," said Chris Andrews. "I look forward to continuing the rich heritage of providing differentiated and relevant solutions for our customers by providing leading edge technologies that include smart systems, autonomy solutions, and mobility controllers."

 

Chris's broad experience in leading effective strategy, operations performance, and cross-functional team leadership in support of the development of groundbreaking technologies for use in automotive OEM applications made him the perfect fit for the position.

 

About Pratt & Miller Engineering

 

Pratt & Miller Engineering - a dominant force in professional motorsports and automotive technology - designs, engineers, and manufactures world-class vehicles, products, and software. The company is defining the future of the global automotive industry by providing advanced solutions in vehicle dynamics, safety systems, lightweight systems, and autonomy. Pratt & Miller serves a global customer base including those in the Motorsports, Defense, Automotive, and Powersports industries.



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