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Chris is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with a keen interest in solving problems and delivering the right technical and commercial solutions. He proactively seeks to improve existing engineering and processes. He works effectively with both technical & non-technical colleagues. He has a natural leaning towards critically examining processes and technology, and then finding ways to improve and simplify them. He has a keen interest in finding the right high or low tech solutions to problems and managing their full implementation to deliver demonstrable business benefit.
He has cross industry experience in Rail Asset Management, FMCG, Manufacturing and Food Wholesale & Distribution.
Group Editor-in-Chief Chris Jackson joined Railway Gazette in 1982. Having held a variety of roles during the 1980s, Chris became Deputy Editor in 1991, and took over as Editor of Metro Report at the same time. He became Editor of Railway Gazette International in April 2006. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Transport and an Associate of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers.