Names in the News, 2/17/14

Names in the News, 2/17/14

BALCHEM CORP., New Hampton, N.Y. — Dr. Clay Zimmerman has joined the animal nutrition and health technical services team. Zimmerman will support the sales team in the East region. He was previously with Kent Nutrition Group.

COBB-VANTRESS INC., Siloam Springs, Ark. — Pelayo Casanovas has been appointed general manager of the Asian region covering Asia, the Pacific and Australasia. Casanovas will be based in Shanghai, China. He was most recently sales and technical director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

DUPONT, Wilmington, Del. — Scott Coleman  has resigned as chief marketing and sales officer.

AnnaMaria DeSalva has been named vice president of corporate communications. DeSalva will be responsible for leading, developing and executing the company's strategic communications and brand management around the world. She was previously with Pfizer.

FMC CORP., Philadelphia, Pa. Michael Seyfert has been named director of government affairs for FMC Agricultural Solutions. Seyfert will lead agricultural government affairs activities and will serve as the key agricultural liaison with policy-makers, industry associations and other stakeholders in the federal government and associated agencies. He was previously with the Senate Agriculture Committee.

KEMIN, Des Moines, Iowa — Dr. Luis Ochoa has joined the animal nutrition and health division as technical service manager for swine.

Mick Ruffini has been promoted to regional sales manager for the ruminant team. Ruffini was most recently strategic accounts business director for the U.S. and Canada.

Cody Swan has been promoted to national accounts manager for the ruminant team. Swan was most recently key account manager.

Daniel Sykes has joined the animal nutrition and health division as a swine sales associate. Sykes will focus on customers in North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania and South Carolina. He was previously with Murphy-Brown LLC.




Volume:86 Issue:07

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