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14 January 2013 09:38:30|Appointments,Arable,Crops and Cereals,News

New commercial manager appointed for Adjuvant


Will Ramsay, Commercial Manager, Interagro Ltd

Will Ramsay has been appointed as Commercial Manager for Interagro UK Ltd, a newly created appointment for the adjuvant company.
Ramsay secured a trainee position with Schering Agriculture which led to an agronomy role in Northamptonshire.
He has held a number of key commercial roles as an Account Manager for leading crop protection manufacturers including Cyanamid, Bayer CropScience and most recently Monsanto.
"I am really looking forward to developing this new commercial role for Interagro and will be looking to help expand their business in both the UK and in Europe" said Ramsay.
"Interagro are a very dynamic and forward-thinking company. Their specialism in adjuvant technology is based on thorough, in-depth research and development. As a company, they are expanding in terms of sales, products, staffing levels as well as moving into other countries."
"I want to be part of this dynamic and optimistic business and I will be aiming to make a significant contribution to growing the business further and helping it fulfil its obvious potential."
Interagro’s Managing Director Mike Roche said: "When it comes to adjuvants, the current dynamics of the crop protection market are encouraging a renewed growth phase, as farmers need to find ways of making their inputs work that bit harder for them."
"In order to service and expand our business, we need to recruit effective people who can take on the challenge and grow the business further."
"I am certain that Will with his wide ranging and successful sales experience, his sound technical expertise as well as his excellent agricultural business connections will fulfil this new role admirably. We are pleased he is joining the team at such an exciting time."

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