please wait

Page loading - please wait...

Ruben Pinedo-Cuenca

T:
01642 342400
Job title:
Business Innovation Manager
E:
r.pinedo-cuenca@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Science & Engineering
 
 
Research:
Science & Engineering research
 
 

About Ruben Pinedo-Cuenca

Dr. Ruben Pinedo-Cuenca’s research interests include ERP, RFID, operations management, supply chain management and process improvement. He has an engineering and manufacturing background with a PhD in Enterprise Resource Planning obtained at Teesside University. Ruben has experience of participating in European research projects and delivering successful Knowledge Transfer Programs. He is actively involved in a wide range of consultancy projects across multiple sectors and in the delivery of ERDF projects to SMEs.

Research interests

Ruben’s research interests include ‘autonomous operations management systems’, ERP, RFID, operations management, supply chain management and process improvement.

Enterprise interests

Ruben’s current enterprise activity involves delivery of consultancy projects to SMEs in a wide variety of areas including:
·  Lean Manufacturing
·  Six Sigma
·  Selection and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning
·  Design and development of bespoke management information systems
·  RFID
·  Supply chain Management
·  Process improvement

In the news

  • North East company reaps the benefits of University partnership
    North East Connected, 29/03/2017; PUblic (web), 30/03/2017
    A North-East company, Nymas is being helped to become more efficient and improve its design processes thanks to a partnership with Teesside University.


  • Manufacturing bosses to hold meeting on business technology
    B Daily, 17/05/2016
    Dr Ruben Pindeo-Cuenca is one of the speakers at the Advanced Manufacturing forum.


  • University links up with firm to make big savings
    Evening Gazette, 16/07/2015; GradPlus.com, 16/07/2105; Connecting Industry, 20/07/2015; Converter News, 20/07/2015
    Teesside University is helping Mech Tool save a potential £200,000 a year with a project that overhauls its processes, making them more efficient.


  • Teesside University helps engineering company make substantial savings
    www.pandct.com, 14/07/2015; GazetteLive, 15/07/215; Northern Echo online, 15/07/215
    An engineering firm is being helped to save hundreds of thousands of pounds thanks to a research project with Teesside University.


  • SMEs praised for their environmental efficiency
    Business Quarter, 22/05/2015; Plant&Works Engineering, 22/05/2015; bdaily.co.uk, 26/05/2015
    The Resource Efficiency Pathways to Sustainable Growth (REPS) programme, based at The Forge at Teesside University, helps companies become leaner by looking at resource efficiency savings.


  • Success secures new role for Pablo
    Evening Gazette, 25/09/2012, p.2; Gazette Live (Web), 25/09/2012
    Chemical processing company Exwold Technology has been working with the Teesside University to enhance operational and process efficiencies and prepare for growth. The Hartlepool firm works with chemi


  • Engineering support for business
    Evening Gazette, 12/03/2012, p.20
    Darlington engineering firm Mech-Tool called on Teesside University to help it streamline business processes after increasing its services for customers and expanding its workforce.


  • University link hailed
    Evening Gazette (Teesside), 18/01/2012, p.12,
    Mech-Tool, a Darlington based engineering company, has turned to Teesside University to help streamline its business processes.


  • Mech-Tool link-up with Teesside University hailed
    NEBusiness.co.uk (Web), 18/01/2012,
    Mech-Tool wanted consultancy support to review the way it operated. It called on Teesside University's industry support unit, Teesside Manufacturing Centre, to look at strategies to move the business


  • Uni helps Mech-Tool to streamline
    Insider Media Limited (Web), 13/01/2012,
    Darlington engineering business Mech-Tool has received advice from Teesside University to help streamline its business processes.


  • Mech-Tool benefits from Teesside University advice
    Northern Echo (Web), 12/01/2012,
    Darlington-based Mech-Tool has called on experts at Teesside University's Teesside Manufacturing Centre to support its ongoing growth plans.


  • Helping business by sharing knowledge
    Evening Gazette (Teesside), 15/06/2010, p.10
    Teesside University is helping to boost and support the local region's economy through initiatives such as Knowledge Transfer Partnerships.