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AB Vista recruits new business manager for Europe


Michael Noonan has become AB Vista’s new Business Manager in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Noonan has been with AB Vista since 2010, previously in the position of Business Development & Sales Manager for Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

As EMEA Business Manager, he will be responsible for establishing and developing sales networks and building solid relationships with customers in the UK, Ireland and South Africa.


He has worked for 16 years in the animal feed industry.

AB Vista’s Global Sales Director, Ari Kiviniemi said: “Michael Noonan brings a valuable combination of skills, knowledge and industry experience to this exciting new role. By offering our customers innovative products and full commercial support, the EMEA team can add real value to their feed product ranges.”

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