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Carlisle named Pigtek Product Manager

Responsibilities include product development and opportunities to meet swine industry equipment needs.

Kimberly Carlisle has been named product manager for PigTek, according to Greg Bodak, vice president and general manager of the CTB Inc. business unit. In her new role, Carlisle’s core responsibilities include the development of products and product opportunities to meet swine industry equipment needs and preparing sales channels to effectively take products to market.

Prior to her employment with CTB, Carlisle gained more than 20 years of relevant work experience, including product manager, account executive and senior project analyst positions for global manufacturers. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration-marketing with a minor in international business from the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.

Carlisle is proficient in Spanish. She has also completed a leading product development program through Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Carlisle currently resides in Mishawaka, Indiana.

PigTek offers complete hog production solutions including systems for managing sow health and growing pigs from wean to finish, environmental control, electronic feeding, biometrics and animal identification, electronic sow feeding and sorting systems, advanced air quality systems and integrated data collection and management software. PigTek offers systems under the Chore-Time and PigTek brands. Part of the CTB, Inc. family of companies, PigTek operates globally from Milford, Indiana, and has a marketing presence in Asia through a sales and warehouse facility near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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