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Envincio Promotes Ziehmer

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Jeff Ziehmer has been promoted to executive vice president and general manager of Envincio.

| March 1, 2012

CARY, N.C. — Envincio has announced the promotion of Jeff Ziehmer to the position of executive vice president and general manager. Ziehmer joined Envincio in 2011 as regional manager of the North Central sales territory.

“My goal is continue building on the success we’ve had with Envincio’s strategic initiatives,” says Ziehmer. “This includes expanding our synthetic product portfolio built on a foundation of American-made piperonyl butoxide as the cornerstone of our new products. We are also continuing to strengthen our position as a leading resource of pyrethrum products.”

Prior to joining Envincio, Ziehmer was the national sales manager at Control Solutions, Inc., where he was instrumental in the growth of two $20 million business units. Ziehmer also held progressive roles at Nufarm Americas, Inc., and Van Diest Supply Company. With his history of business development, strategic business planning, forecasting, and product development and management, Ziehmer is uniquely qualified to lead Envincio.

 

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