London, UK,
03
March
2015
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09:00
Europe/London

“It’s the economy, stupid!”

Gary Nedelka, Group President, Global Power Group

This campaign phrase used by Bill Clinton in his run against George H.W. Bush continues to ring true in our business. An important part of any solution to the upheavals in the world, and an important result from settling these upheavals is improvement to the economy of a country, region or the world.

Amec Foster Wheeler contributes to the economic miracles of growing economies, and stands ready to participate in the economic recoveries of countries and regions that are currently suffering. Our global and ethical approach to providing goods and services has improved the lifestyles of people around the world, including our employees, their families and the employees and families of our entire supply chain.

Where we see uncertainty and unrest in the world today, we need to realize that, as these problems are alleviated, the world will see economic improvements and business opportunities. Our company supports this economic growth with services and equipment to the oil & gas, clean energy, environment & infrastructure and mining markets. We can take pride that we know Amec Foster Wheeler’s growth and success serves to provide more people with access to energy and employment and therefore an improved quality of life.

 

Meet the blogger

Gary NedelkaGary was appointed Group President, Global Power Group on 1 January 2015, having served as Chief Executive Officer of Foster Wheeler’s Global Power Group since January 2009. Prior to this, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Foster Wheeler North America Corp., an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary within the Global Power Group. Previously he was President and General Manager of operating companies in China and he held a variety of positions of increasing responsibility in commercial operations and engineering management. He joined Foster Wheeler in 1979 and is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Gary holds a BSc in mechanical engineering from Clarkson College of Technology.