Names in the News, 4/14/14

Names in the News, 4/14/14

ANIMAL HEALTH INTERNATIONAL INC., Sioux Center, Iowa — Chris Cowan has joined the company as swine sales manager-Midwest region. Cowan was previously with Pig Improvement Co.

ANITOX, Lawrenceville, Ga. — Paulo Rezende has joined the company as global marketing director. Rezende will be responsible for optimizing company messaging.

ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE NORTH AMERICA, Cary, N.C. — Carmen Holding has joined the company as marketing manager, U.S. fungicides and insecticides for the tree-nut-vine markets. Holding will be responsible for the CAPTAN, ELEVATE, CAPTEVATE, PH-D and KASUMIN brands.

Kyle Renninger has been named marketing manager, U.S. herbicides. Renninger will focus on the EVEREST and PRE-PARE brands, along with responsibilities for the SUPREMACY, AUDIT, BANVEL, BASAGRAN and SHADOW formulations. He was most recently financial planning and analysis manager.

Royce Schulte has been named regional sales manager-Midwest. Schulte will lead the development and implementation of the fungicide growth in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio and will support growth of the PRE-PARE herbicide in the southern Plains, including Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. He was most recently with the marketing team.

CAL-MAINE FOODS INC., Jackson, Miss. — Wil Webb has been promoted to vice president of operations. Webb will be responsible for all production and processing facilities located in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. He was most recently general manager of operations in Edwards, Miss.

COBB-VANTRESS INC., Siloam Springs, Ark. — Gary Guo has joined the company as general manager for Hubei Tong Xing Cobb Breeding Co., a new joint venture in China. Guo will be responsible for building the team, overseeing sales and production and providing solutions to a growing market in China. He was previously with the Beijing Poultry Breeding Co.

DUPONT, Wilmington, Del. — Balvinder Singh Kalsi has been named president, South Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Kalsi will oversee operations across India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. He was most recently business director, corporate plans.

Timothy P. McCann has been named vice president of DuPont Integrated Business Management. McCann will lead demand creation, product line management and supply chain strategy, in addition to direct end-to-end business planning and customer management. He was most recently president of DuPont Building Innovations.

Rajeev A. Vaidya has been named president of DuPont Building Innovations. Vaidya will oversee brands including Corian solid surfaces and Tyvek high-performance protective membranes for the building construction market. He was most recently president, South Asia and ASEAN.

FILAMENT MARKETING LLC, Madison, Wis. — Sarah Young has joined the company as marketing executive. Young will assist client management teams with the development and implementation of strategic marketing communications plans and initiatives. She was previously with the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Assn.

FURST-MCNESS CO., Freeport, Ill. — Jim Stene has joined the company as national swine accounts manager. Stene will work with large swine producers across the U.S. and assist the swine team with expanding the swine program, which includes sales and marketing of specialty products and services. He was previously with Camas Inc.

H.J. BAKER, Westport, Conn. — Martin Campfield has been promoted to director of international sales. Campfield will be responsible for international sales and marketing of feed and fertilizer products, developing sales strategies and building a sales team. He was most recently director of Tiger-Sul product management and international sales for the fertilizer division.

KALENBORN ABRESIST CORP., Urbana, Ind. — William Boyle has been named senior vice president of operations. Boyle will be responsible for growing and enhancing the company processes and structure.

KASON CORP., Millburn, N.J. — James Schak has been named product manager of fluid bed processing equipment. Schak will oversee expansion and technical support of the Vibro-Bed line of circular vibratory fluid bed dryers and coolers. He was previously with GEA Niro.

MILK PRODUCTS, Chilton, Wis. — Sarah McCusker has joined the company as nutritionist. McCusker will be responsible for product development as well as working with team members to ensure the nutritional accuracy of the formulas developed and produced. She was previously with the University of California-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.

NATIONAL 4-H COUNCIL, Chevy Chase, Md. — Mitch Head has been named chief information officer. Head will lead domestic and global technology strategies and provide leadership and direction in establishing efficient, cost-effective information systems. He was previously with AARP.

PAPILLON AGRICULTURAL CO., Easton, Md. — Larry Whitaker has joined the company as national sales manager. Whitaker will be responsible for current sales, expansion into new regions and sales management. He was previously with Kauffman's Animal Health.

SUPERIOR MANUFACTURING LLC, Kindred, N.D. — Stacy Miller has joined the company as regional dealer representative in the West region. Miller will develop new sales territories, work with customers to provide solutions that meet their specific needs and represent the company at industry events. He was previously with Big Iron.

Clayton Stowers has joined the company as regional dealer representative in the East region. Stowers will work with current dealers and build the dealer network in the region.

Frank Tomkinson has joined the company as regional dealer representative in the Midwest region. Tomkinson was previously owner of Tomkinson Bin Building.

U.S. POULTRY & EGG ASSN., Tucker, Ga. — Nathaniel "Nath" Morris has been appointed International Poultry Expo sales director. Morris will be responsible for developing and implementing sales and marketing plans for the poultry expo. He was previously with Perdue Farms/Heritage Breeders.

Volume:86 Issue:15

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