CEA appoints new technical consultant

By Andy Brown05 September 2018

Dale Camsell

Dale Camsell has joined the CEA

Dale Camsell has officially joined the UK’s CEA (Construction Equipment Association) as the association’s new senior technical consultant, in succession to Malcolm Kent, who recently retired from the role.

One of the CEA Membership benefits is access to technical and regulatory information, which includes input and advice on current and proposed legislation, industry standards, technical issues and EU and global regulations.

Camsell has a wealth of experience in the non-road mobile machinery sector, having held senior regulatory compliance positions for a number of off-highway manufacturers.

During this time Camsell was a major contributor to the work of trade associations and standards development agencies. Key appointments included being Chair of the CEA’s General Technical Committee and Chair of the Technical Commission of the Committee of European Construction Equipment.

Prior to joining the CEA Camsell worked for JCB, leading the regulatory compliance teams in ensuring that its entire portfolio of machines and engines met all regulatory requirements across the global markets. He previously held a similar position for Terex.

Rob Oliver, chief executive of the CEA, said, “Dale, as a former chair of our General Technical Committee and someone who has held key positions within the Committee for European Construction Equipment (CECE), is the ideal person to fill the role for the CEA. He has first-hand experience of the regulatory topics facing manufacturers and the vital experience which will help us deal with both the current and future relationship with the EU.”

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