Anitox has appointed Chad Terrell to direct commercial operations in North and Latin America, where new products and demand for greater pathogen control in feed and livestock production are driving significant growth, Milling and Grain reports.
Terrell – formerly Executive Director of Commercial Operations at Novartis Animal Health – has been brought in to spearhead continued expansion in the region, and immediately unveiled recruitment plans which will significantly increase the company’s presence on the ground.
“I’m joining Anitox with a clear brief,” he explains.
“This is a highly technical, science-based company that’s already growing rapidly. We’re controlling pathogens in animal feed which is a critical component to food safety, and increasing the efficiency of feed production that provides a clear cost benefit to growers. My goal is to make Anitox the go to resource for expertise in these areas. As career opportunities go, it doesn’t get much better than this. It’s exciting to join the management team of a research and development-focused business operating in growth areas, run by ambitious people committed to putting the customer at the center of all it does.”
According to Anitox CEO Roger Mann, Chad Terrell’s appointment comes at a critical time for the business.
“We’re seeing significant growth in sales of our pathogen control and milling efficiency solutions in 2014. Chad has proven he can put in place and manage a team capable of delivering growth on this scale and, crucially, he’s proven he can do that in a business which – like ours – is totally committed to exceptional customer service.”
“We invest 6 percent of turnover in research and development; a long-term commitment which is repaying us now with a steady stream of new formulations, products and services that are fuelling the growth of Anitox worldwide. I’m delighted that Chad is joining us to develop our commercial operations and drive sales strategy in two of our biggest territories, North and Latin America. He has a superb team around him on which to build, and the resources, support and skills necessary to take us forward.”
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