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  • S K (Max) Mongia

    Group Chairman

  • Neil Murthy

    TECHNOLOGIES & COUNTRY DIRECTOR (INDIA)

  • Vikram Mongia

    MD – TECHNOLOGIES & CEO MILFOAM

  • Paul Rogers

    Director - Aviation & Consultants

  • Himanshu Dabhi

    Group Finance Director

  • Anu Mongia

    Finance Director - Aviation & Consultants

  • Fiona Betts

    Head of Aviation

  • Graham Bird

    Senior Consultant

  • Adrian Medhurst

    Senior Recruitment Consultant

  • Nigel Froud

    Operations Manager - Technologies

  • Haoran Zhang

    China Region

  • Mafra Fernandes

    Senior Procurement Manager - Technologies & Milfoam

  • Amarjit Mudhar

    Procurement Manager - Technologies

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  • S K (Max) Mongia

    Group Chairman

    "For over 40 years I’ve led a Global Team who answer the Technical design engineering and consultancy needs of the world.  In every field of Technical expertise – components, equipment, people or knowledge – Strongfield supplies the answers across Civilian or Military Aerospace, Aviation, Defence & Security, Automotive and Advanced Engineering.  As a key leader in a number of charitable organisations, including Lions Club International & Consortium for Street Children, I was also honoured to be awarded “Asian of the Year” by Asian Who’s Who, in conjunction with the BBC World service.  Over the years I have participated in a number of key overseas missions and trade delegations with government and industry leaders, including to India and China." www.maxmongia.com

  • Neil Murthy

    TECHNOLOGIES & COUNTRY DIRECTOR (INDIA)

    CEO - Strongfield Technologies Ltd | Country Director - Strongfield Technologies India Private Limited

    "Focusing on the Indian Defence and Aerospace sector - and coming from a strong Engineering and Management background, prior to joining Strongfield in 1991 I worked at Mitsubishi Electric, UK.  Educated at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, I enjoy strong links with the Indian Defence R&D (DRDO) and Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs).  Those connections have enabled me to develop a business supplying niche British and Western technologies into Indian Defence and Aerospace programmes."

     nmurthy@strongfieldtech.com

    +44 (0)20 8799 8911

  • Vikram Mongia

    MD – TECHNOLOGIES & CEO MILFOAM

    Managing Director  - Strongfield Technologies Ltd | CEO - Milfoam International Ltd

    "After 10 years in the banking sector within the project finance team, I transitioned into the Defence sector developing a sales and marketing strategy for SMEs in the UK focussed on export to India.  We have successfully partnered with a number of UK companies, delivering key technologies into Indian Defence and Aerospace programmes.  Under the ‘Make in India’ campaign, our business strategy has evolved and we now have an Indian footprint for manufacture and supply to the Group’s customer base.  We aim to grow the Indian operation to act as a conduit between International Defence companies and the growing Indian private industry.

    After acquiring Milfoam in 2007, I appointed worldwide distributing partners to offer a portfolio of products in the gun barrel maintenance field.  My long term ambition being to replicate the Indian model and open up new export markets to the UK Defence industry." 

    vmongia@strongfieldtech.com    /     vmongia@milfoam.co.uk

    +44 (0)20 8799 8909

     

  • Paul Rogers

    Director - Aviation & Consultants

    Director - Strongfield Aviation plc & Strongfield Consultants

    "With Rolls Royce I developed my Aerospace career as a Senior Manufacturing Engineer in their Advanced Manufacturing Department.  My role evolved into successfully Managing several key technology transfer projects, primarily within turbine blade advanced manufacturing across Rolls-Royce UK sites and then a joint venture in China.  Before joining the Strongfield Team (the family business), I spent the next 5 years within Operational Management Consulting as a Senior Project Manager, responsible for delivering multi-site business transformation projects for major Clients worldwide, within pharmaceuticals/biotech, transportation and aerospace - through training, coaching & deployment of Lean/Six-Sigma methodologies.  I now bring all those skills together to lead the Teams and Offices across Strongfield worldwide within the Consultants & Aviation divisions, making sure we’re all focusing on your priorities."

    progers@strongfield.com

    +44 (0)20 8799 8916

     

  • Himanshu Dabhi

    Group Finance Director


    "I have been leading the Strongfield finance team for 3 years now having brought 10 years’ experience from accountancy practices and major companies in the UK.I am an ACCA Qualified accountant and make sure I spend quality time to keep up to date with latest finance regulations and guidelines to ensure compliance across the Strongfield group. My main focus at Strongfield is managing the financial needs of the different divisions across the world are always met on time. Looking after customers and suppliers in different time zones from California to Shanghai can be challenging for the team, however, we strive to keep up a high service level wherever we venture."
     

  • Anu Mongia

    Finance Director - Aviation & Consultants

    Finance Director -Strongfield Aviation plc & Strongfield Consultants

    "As part of the Strongfield Finance Team for over 25 years, I oversee the sub-contractor payroll process ensuring accurate and on time payments. Over the years we have had many Teams of Engineers, Pilots and specialists from all walks of life and our focus has remained on how to provide the best service for the Client and our Consultants at the same time. Our Finance Team has a wide range of knowledge and experience and is able to apply solutions to whatever new issues we might come across. Allowing time for family, friends and social networking, each day is busy - whether in the office or out. I manage my time to ensure your priority is dealt with swiftly by the Strongfield Finance Team."

     

  • Fiona Betts

    Head of Aviation

    Head of Aviation.Strongfield Aviation plc

    "I began working in Aviation Recruitment back in 1991 and have witnessed quite a few developments over almost 30 years.  Through the early 90s USA Airline Furloughs, the SE Asian crash a few years later, then the impact of 9/11, East Asia boom-times, global social changes and emerging markets.  The last 10 years have been tough for our worldwide Aviation generation but I’ve also been part of our industry adapting to survive - and it always comes back fighting, stronger than before.  Now harnessing 21st century Tech, maximizing lean production benefits and, most importantly in my view, understanding that the real power behind aviation has always been and will continue to be its People.  We’re all ready for whatever comes next – and Strongfield plans to be here, whenever you need us."

  • Graham Bird

    Senior Consultant

    Strongfield Consultants

    "From Engineering with BAe Systems I moved into Consulting and Accounts Management, working across Europe, North America, SE Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Securing Engineering Personnel for large OEMs and SMEs on either Temporary/Contract or Permanent/Direct Hire, across almost 25 years - whether Aerospace, Defence, Automotive, Motorsports or Space - I work closely with Clients and Candidates globally, to deliver the right person at the right time, always drawing on my own Engineering background and constant learning to illustrate my keen interest and depth of understanding for each project and program."

    gbird@strongfield.com

    +44 (0)20 8799 8929

  • Adrian Medhurst

    Senior Recruitment Consultant

    Strongfield Consultants

    "As a reliable and experienced Senior Engineering Recruitment Consultant who works across the UK, Europe and the Far East I develop business to recruit, deliver and advise Professional Engineers in Aerospace, Aircraft and Defence, as well as venturing into complementary Engineering areas such as Automotive.  I have previously been deeply involved in the Electronics, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Rail and Transport sectors, all supported by my BSc Degree in Electronics Engineering.  Whether Contractors or Permanent/Direct Hire, I first understand and focus on who is needed to fulfil a role - and then make sure their skill set, background and expertise matches each precise need."

    amedhurst@strongfield.com

    +44 (0)20 8799 8924

     

  • Nigel Froud

    Operations Manager - Technologies

    Operations Manager. Strongfield Technologies Ltd

    "After joining the Team at Strongfield Technologies in 1998 I introduced a bespoke ERP (Comprehensive Material Control) system and secured ISO9001 quality accreditation.  With a comprehensive Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic background in Material Control Systems, Production Engineering and Sub-contract Procurement I set up and now accurately and effectively Project Manage, Strongfield’s highly successful 19kva Motor Generator Manufacturing programme.  In the early years I provided support at Global Exhibitions and to Strongfield’s Chairman, meeting with the majority of our International Customers.  My focus is now on continual improvement of the systems across our in-house productivity. From invoice handling through to export documentation, materials and quality control on into the management of health & safety, as Operations Manager I focus on the detail, making sure the Strongfield Technologies Team and its Customers are always informed, effectively supported and safeguarded."

    nfroud@strongfieldtech.com

  • Haoran Zhang

    China Region

    "I am a Chinese national who lives in China. I first enjoyed studying in the UK gaining my Bachelor’s Degree, followed by a Masters in International Business Management, before joining CBBC (China Britain Business Council) where I started to provide Strongfield with in-country HR support and business development in China.  I use a modern approach to make sure the whole Team knows how to correctly manage everything culturally, in the correct language and to best effect in all ways – making sure our Clients and anyone attached to Strongfield is fully supported in the local region."

    WeChat ID:  HaoranZhang27

    +86 138 4049 1557

     

     

     

     

     

  • Mafra Fernandes

    Senior Procurement Manager - Technologies & Milfoam

    Senior Procurement Manager. Strongfield Technologies Ltd & Milfoam International Ltd

    "I have been part of the Strongfield sales team for coming up to 20 years, and have seen the company evolve and strengthen many times. Along with the senior sales directors, I manage the relationships with our main customer and supplier on a day to day basis. The team processes a wide range of order enquires and technology projects for the defence, aerospace and other military divisions predominantly with India. We are always looking how to improve what we can offer to our customers and find ways to best change with the market conditions."

  • Amarjit Mudhar

    Procurement Manager - Technologies

    "I’ve been a member of the Sales team since 1999 supporting our global customers within aerospace & defence organisations. Working closely with the senior associates, I actively manage key aspects of the procurement activities on a daily basis; material sourcing, enquiries and purchase order generation.

    Over the years I have seen the company evolve from a successful Manufacturing organisation to incorporating other divisions that continue to mature strongly.  At Strongfield, we pride ourselves on the experience we offer to a range of industries and programmes and our proven ability to be effective and supportive to our ever increasing customer base."

© 2018 Strongfield. All rights reserved.Privacy Notice

Privacy Notice

25th May 2018 (v1.1)

Policy for processing personal data


1. Introduction / Background

Strongfield (STL) is an international group with its head-office in the UK, that provides specialist technology based products, consultancy & recruitment solutions to our clients and candidates primarily across Aerospace, Defence, Aviation, Automotive and Advanced Engineering sectors. Strongfield operates from companies across UK, USA, Canada, India & China as well as through key strategic partnerships across the globe. STL must process personal data so that we can provide these services – in doing so, the Company acts as a data controller.

Relating to this Privacy Notice, the “Company” shall mean the following UK companies:- Strongfield Technologies Ltd, Strongfield Aviation plc & Milfoam International Ltd. (Strongfield Consultants is a trading name of Strongfield Aviation plc)

STL is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This privacy notice outlines our approach regarding the collection and processing of any personal data we collect from you or you provide to us.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) is a new regulation which replaces the Data Protection Regulation (Directive 95/46/EC). The Regulation aims to harmonise data protection legislation across EU member states, enhancing privacy rights for individuals and providing a strict framework within which commercial organisations can legally operate.

This notice applies to the personal data of our candidates, clients, suppliers, website users, and other people we may contact / interact with.


2. Lawful purpose for maintaining possession of data

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) requirement is that possession of data may only be maintained on the basis of having a lawful purpose for doing so.

Accordingly, the following lawful basis is applied by STL when maintaining and processing information in respect of the data subjects for whom data is held and processed by STL:

(a) Legitimate interests:

the processing of personal data is necessary for STL’s legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of a third party unless there is a good reason to protect the individual’s personal data which overrides those legitimate interests.

(b) Consent:

the individual has given clear consent for STL to process their personal data for a specific purpose.

(c) Contract:

the processing of personal data is necessary for a contract STL has with the individual, or because they have asked STL to take specific steps before entering into a contract.

(d) Legal obligation:

the processing of personal data is necessary for STL to comply with the law (not including contractual obligations).


3. What kind of personal data do we collect?

We may collect information about you if you contact / interact with us or register on our systems or databases which may include your personal data. Our aim is to demonstrate that we we process data lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner in relation to individuals.

The legal bases we rely upon to offer our services to you are as follows;

3.1 Candidate Data

We process data belonging to Candidates who are Job Seekers engaging with us for work finding services or career support; and Placed Candidates who are placed into employment or temporary/contract assignments.

We collect Candidate Data in three ways:

1. Personal data that a Candidate gives to us
2. Personal data that we receive from other sources (such as referees or LinkedIn, job sites/boards)
3. Personal data that we collect automatically (e.g. through our website, newsletters or other marketing material)

3.1.1 Job Seekers

The information we may collect from a Job Seeker in order to find them a suitable role or provide career support may include:

• Name
• Address
• Email address/s (personal and work)
• Telephone number/s

• CV / work history
• Job preferences including role, geographical areas and salary/rate

• A log about of certain communications by social media, email and telephone about a potential role / job seeker current status
• Education and training certificates

 

We obtain Candidate Data from a Job Seeker for the purpose and legitimate interest of finding the Job Seeker temporary work/employment, fulfilling a contract with the Client to whom the Candidate is or may be introduced and to carry out our obligations as a compliant recruitment business/agency.

Personal data obtained is stored only on the basis that there is a legitimate interest & expectation of the need of our services prior to entering into a fully executed contract/agreement.

3.1.2 Placed Candidates

Information that we may collect from Placed Candidates who we have placed into employment or temporary/contract assignments (in addition to the above) can include:

• Marital Status
• Gender
• Date of birth

• Passport
• Work permits and/ or visas
• National insurance number
• Bank details
• Medical information
• References
• Financial information
• A log of certain communications by social media, email and telephone

• Details of job offers and placements
• Outcome of criminal record checks and security clearance (for certain roles)

 

Personal data obtained is stored on the basis that there is a Contract and therefore a lawful basis, need & obligation for the data retention during the contract.

3.2 Client and Supplier Data

We collect Client and Supplier data in three ways:

1. Personal data that we receive directly from the Client or Supplier (either by phone, email or through our consultants’ business development / sales activities
2. Personal data that we received from other sources (due diligence checks, market intelligence, delegate lists at relevant events, candidates)
3. Personal data we collect automatically (e.g. through our website, newsletters or other marketing material)

The information we may collect from a Client or Supplier can include:

• Name
• Address
• Email address/s (personal and work)
• Telephone number/s (personal and work)
• Due diligence & ISO quality management checks
• Company Details
• Financial information

Consent to process Client and Supplier data is obtained solely on the basis of fulfilling the services required, or may be required, during execution of Contract / agreement with the Client or Supplier.

3.3 Prospective Clients & Suppliers

As part of our marketing and business development / sales activities, we will obtain, store and process in a secure manner, the data from representatives of Prospective Clients & Suppliers.

We collect Prospective Client & Supplier data in three ways:

1. Personal data that we receive directly (either by phone, email or through our consultants’ business development activities)
2. Personal data that we received from other sources (due diligence checks, market intelligence, delegate lists at relevant events, candidates)
3. Personal data we collect automatically (e.g. through our website, newsletter or other marketing material)

The information we may collect from a Prospective Client or Supplier can include:

• Name
• Address
• Email address (work)
• Telephone number (work)
• Company Details

Personal data of Prospective Client & Suppliers is stored on the basis that there is a legitimate interest & prospect of the need of our services/solutions prior to entering into a fully executed contract/agreement.

Where there is no prospect of entering into a services/consultancy contract, supply/distribution agreement we will obtain explicit consent to store the personal data on our database solely for the potential marketing and business development purposes in the future.


4. How do we use your information?

Candidate Data

The main reasons for us using and processing Candidates’ personal data is to help them find employment and assignments which may be suitable for them. Collecting Candidates’ data allows us to better respond to their individual needs and personalise their experience. We may also use Candidate information to improve our systems based on their feedback, improve customer service and to send periodic emails & posts with information and updates.

Client Data

The main reason for us using and processing information about our Clients is to ensure that our services can be targeted in a meaningful way and agreements can be fully implemented to ensure a smooth business relationship. The more accurate information we have from our Clients, the better the service we can provide to them.

Supplier Data

The main reason for us processing Supplier information is to ensure that contract agreements between us can be fully implemented to ensure a smooth business relationship and to comply with any legal requirements.

Prospect Client and Supplier Data

The main reason for us using information about prospect Clients and Suppliers is for potential marketing and business development / sales purposes in the future.


5. Website - Users and Cookies

When you visit our website, there is certain information that we may automatically collect. This can include your IP address, the date, time and frequency with which you access the website and the way you browse our content. We will also collect data from when you contact us via the website including our live chat function.

We use data from users to improve their experience on our website, for example we may analyse your job search criteria to help us show you our recent jobs that we think you may be interested in. If you are a Candidate or Client, we may use your user data from our website to enhance our communication with you.

‘Cookies’ are small pieces of information which are stored in your computer. They are used by nearly all websites and do not harm your computer system. We use cookies to track your activity on our website which enables us to tailor your preferences and options when you navigate our website. We can also use cookies to analyse website traffic and for advertising. To alter the way you accept cookies, please change your settings in your web browser.


6. Who do we share your personal data with?

We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information. This does not include trusted third parties who assist us in conducting our business or servicing you, so long as those parties agree to keep this information confidential and compliant with the latest GDPR. We may also release your information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce our Company policies, or protect ours or others rights, property, or safety.


7. How do we protect your information?

We understand how important it is to protect your personal information and we will always use our best efforts to take necessary precautions to prevent unauthorized access to, and misuse of, your personal data.

We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information when we enter, submit, hold or access your personal information. We ensure that there are appropriate technical controls in place to protect your personal data such secure electronic data storage (inhouse & cloud based servers), routine backup systems, anti-virus/malware protections and encryption where appropriate. We regularly review our technical controls & security measures and constantly monitor potential risks.

We also ensure that only authorised personnel have access to your data and that they are appropriately trained to manage your personal information.


8. How long do we keep your information for?

We retain Placed Candidate, Client and Supplier Data securely throughout the duration of a contract/agreement, Contract of Services or temporary assignment/employment placement until the end of such an agreement, for a maximum of 7 years after completion to comply with our legal / financial / audit obligations.

If we do not have an assignment contract, temporary employment or supply/distribution agreement with you and we have not had any contact with you for a period of at least 3 years, we will delete your personal data from our systems unless we believe that the law requires us to keep his information.

Where there is no prospect of entering into such a contract/agreement, we may also obtain explicit consent (via email communication or consent via our website) to store the personal data on our database solely for potential marketing and business development purposes in the future. On obtaining such consent we will retain your data for a maximum of 5 years.


9. How can you access, amend or take back the personal data that you have given us?

If we hold your personal data, you have rights which allow you to have control of how we use your data or if you would like us to stop processing your personal data. In some circumstances, we may be legally obliged to return your personal data for audit purposes, however these can be discussed with you depending on your requirements.

Under the General Data Protection Regulation, you are granted the following rights:

• Right to be informed

• Right of access

• Right to rectification

• Right to erasure

• Right to restrict processing

• Right to data portability

• Right to object

• Rights related to automated decision making

 

For more detailed information on your rights. Please read the relevant guidance issued by the ICO at: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/

We may ask you to verify your identity or ask for more information about your request. Where we are legally permitted to do so, we may decline your request, but we will explain why if we do so. We will respond to all requests within one month or receipt of your request.


10. How do we store and transfer your data internationally?

All Candidate, Client and Supplier data will be obtained, stored and processed in a secure manner on our CRM, Payroll and ERP system/databases.

STL is a global organisation whereby we are able to deliver our services globally. In order for us to be able to continue delivering our service, we may be required to transfer or store your data internationally. Currently our data is stored in our UK Head Office location but is accessible remotely in our global offices./locations.


11. Contacting Us

• By Email:

Please contact us by email at complaince@strongfield.com.

• By Post:

Alternatively, please send your request:to

Strongfield (Group of Companies)

Data Protection Officer
Strongfield House

Unit2, 89 Manor Farm Road
Wembley, Middlesex
HA0 1BA
UK

 

If you would like us to stop retaining your data, you can request the Erasure of your data by contacting our Data Protection Officer (details listed above).

If you would like to make a complaint about how we process your personal data, please contact our Data Protection Officer (details listed above).

If you are not happy with how we have dealt with your request, you should contact the Information Commissioner’s Office.


12. Changes to this Privacy Notice

This notice may change from time to time. If we make any significant changes to this notice, we will publicise these changes clearly on our website. Please check back frequently to see any updates.