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Syngenta PPM Expands North American Team

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This action, which builds on the recent acquisition of DuPont’s Professional Products insecticide business, is designed to strengthen representation and customer service for the Syngenta PPM business across the U.S.

| October 23, 2012

A new territory sales map outlining each territory and appropriate Syngenta contact. Click here to enlarge.

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Syngenta Professional Pest Management (PPM) announced today the appointment of several new team members to its North American organization. This action, which builds on the recent acquisition of DuPont’s Professional Products insecticide business, is designed to strengthen representation and customer service for the Syngenta PPM business across the U.S.

“The addition of these skilled and knowledgeable professionals creates a leading team for Syngenta PPM,” said Scott Reasons, head of Turf & Landscape (T&L) North America at Syngenta. “We are confident these individuals will help grow the business and allow Syngenta to expand its role as a leader in the professional pest management industry.”

Syngenta PPM has assigned the following positions to the business:
 

  • Mark Coffelt has been named head of technical services for Syngenta T&L North America. A technical manager and seven technical representatives will report to him. The PPM technical reps are Bob Cartwright, ElRay Roper, Clay Scherer and Nicky Gallagher.
  • Dave Ravel has been named head of sales for Syngenta T&L North America. Ravel will lead the regional sales team for both Turf and PPM.
  • Berry Cothern has been named district sales manager for the PPM sales district. Cothern will oversee the sales team, which includes key account manager, Jason Venello, and seven sales representatives: Larry Stretz, Ross Eckstein, Jonathan Davis, Dave McCormick, Todd Himelberger, Britta Turney and Nick Grisafe.
  • Bob Goglia has been appointed head of marketing for Syngenta PPM in North America. In this position, Goglia will focus on marketing the recently acquired brands from DuPont in addition to existing Syngenta brand offerings. His newly created team consists of Pat Willenbrock, brand manager for insecticides; Rose Reifsnyder, communications manager; and Gregg Wisniewski, recently appointed market manager for PPM.


"The expanded PPM team, along with our expanded product portfolio, will allow Syngenta to reach more customers and better serve the professionals in this industry,” Reasons said.
 
For information about Syngenta Professional Pest Management visit www.syngentapmp.com.

 

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