Company adds team member in Europe, Asia, Middle East, North Africa, Brazil and Mexico.

March 26, 2024

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Axiota Animal Health, a global company focused on developing products to help cattle thrive during transition and stress, has announced additions to their teams in Europe, Asia, Middle East, North Africa, Brazil and Mexico.

Marek Branicki, DVM, joined Axiota as the Eastern Europe technical associate to support existing Multimin markets in the Baltics and new launches in Eastern Europe. Dr. Branicki brings significant experience from Intervet/Schering Plough, Upjohn/Pharmacia and private veterinary practice to his new role. 

Rana Shaukat Hussain, DVM, joins Axiota as international export manager. Dr. Hussain brings his expertise as a veterinarian and two decades of dairy and international business experience to Axiota. He is responsible for expansion, business development, and distribution management as Axiota increases its presence in Asia, Middle East, and North Africa.

Evaldo Segatto, DVM, MBA, is a new member of the Axiota team in Brazil. Dr. Segatto has a strong academic foundation in veterinary medicine and significant experience in strategic business management, sales, and marketing.

In Mexico, Axiota welcomes three new team members. Frederico Rodriguez, DVM, has more than 25 years of experience in commercial management and in the technical areas of reproduction, immunology, mineral nutrition and oxidative stress. Diana Diaz will oversee all aspects of company administration and resource management. Elsa Bravo is the new commercial specialist and is responsible for sales and customer relations in southeastern Mexico.

Leander van der Walt, chief commercial officer of Axiota International and Business Development, said, “Sales of Multimin and Lactipro have significantly increased in the last two years. Our growing team supports current sales and Axiota’s expansion plans. We have hired talented professionals and I look forward to their contributions.”

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