Nufarm Americas, a major manufacturer of crop protection products, has named two new members of its leadership team.
Andrew Seitz has been named Executive Vice President, Ag Sales. Seitz joined Nufarm in 2010 and previously served as Director of Business Development and Marketing Manager, Ag. Previously, Seitz worked in marketing roles at Valent and Bayer CropScience and in sales and marketing for Aventis and Rhone-Poulenc.
He holds a degree from Western Michigan University.
Ron Schinnour has joined Nufarm Americas as Executive Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Planning. Most recently, Schinnour served as VP of Agribusiness for United Farmers of Alberta, (UFA) in Canada. Previously, he held several senior positions with Monsanto including Divisional CFO and Operations Lead; Director Strategy and Operations; VP of Strategic Accounts; and General Manager of Latin America North.
Schinnour holds a Masters in Business Administration from Washington University in St. Louis and is a Certified Management Accountant.
Both Schinnour and Seitz are located in the Morrisville, North Carolina office of Nufarm Americas.
June 8, 2012 (AgNewsWire) Nufarm Americas, Inc. will be opening a new plant for formulating fungicides, insecticides, growth regulators and seed treatments in Alsip, Ill.
As part of this initiative, Nufarm will relocate its North American headquarters and the global head office for the group’s seed technologies business, Nuseed, from Burr Ridge, Ill., to the new Alsip site. The project involves a capital investment of approximately $9 million.
Burr Ridge, IL – Nufarm Americas, Inc. announces the addition of Nufarm Quinclorac SPC 75 DF Herbicide to its expanding portfolio. Nufarm Quinclorac SPC 75 DF Herbicide contains quinclorac, the active ingredient used in Drive® herbicide.
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