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Bosch Engineer of the Future

Published: 18 June 2009
Nick Butcher wins coveted award for his work on developing the Ciso cordless secateurs.
Bosch Engineer of the Future
Nick Butcher has won the coveted Bosch Engineer of the Future competition for 2009.

Mr Butcher received the award at the prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering Awards dinner, winning a VIP weekend trip to the Bosch Winter Test Centre in Vaitoudden, Sweden.

As the leader of the engineering team Mr Butcher was responsible for the design, development and implementation of the Ciso product.

His engineering innovation is set to have a huge impact, as the worldwide launch of the Ciso product is of major importance to Bosch's Lawn and Garden division.

Commenting after the Awards dinner, Robert Meier, Managing Director of Bosch UK said, "The Bosch Engineer of the Future competition is just one example of how we encourage and recognise innovation here at Bosch."

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