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Univar PP&S Announces Account Executive for the Caribbean

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Raoul Persaud will join the company as an account executive for the Caribbean region, effective Dec 30.

| December 14, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas  – Univar Professional Products & Services (PP&S) announced that Raoul Persaud will join the company as an account executive for the Caribbean region, effective Dec 30.

For several years, Persaud has been in sales and marketing roles for agriculture and pest control products. He comes to Univar PP&S with an extensive track record of distribution and managerial experience in the Caribbean and Guyana.  Persaud earned his bachelor of science degree in agriculture from the University of Guyana and has a post graduate diploma from the University of Greenwich in the United Kingdom. Persaud will join Bill Barrs, PP&S international dealer manager, to continue Univar’s expansion and growth into International markets for PP&S. He will be responsible for many key accounts and will be based out of Puerto Rico.

 

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