Simon Matthews celebrates milestone for Royal Society of Chemistry membership
Product Development Manager for the Power Generation Division, Simon Matthews, has achieved 30 years as a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The Royal Society of Chemistry is the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists with a worldwide community, providing members with relevant networking opportunities and support through tailored initiatives.
The membership connects scientists with each other so they can do their best work and make discoveries and innovation happen through publishing new research and providing support.
Matthews has worked around the globe in the lubricants market for over 34 years and is an expert in finding the right solutions for specific ranges. At Exol, Simon is responsible for managing the power generation product range, researching and developing new technologies and providing technical support to customers.
“It’s such an exciting milestone to reach in my membership with the society. I love being part of the chemistry community and meeting like-minded people to share research and products with.
“Exol is a leader in the supply of power generation lubricants thanks to its manufacturing processes and ability to handle specialist lubricants – and I’m proud to play a part in supporting the company’s efforts.”