US: Nufarm announces key promotions in ornamental leaders

Nufarm Americas, Inc. recently announced the appointment of three Ornamental Region Managers in target regions across the U.S. in efforts to capitalize on the company’s position in the U.S. Ornamental market.
The following promotions have been made: David Etzler to Southeast Ornamental Manager, Jerry Bunting to Northeast Ornamental Manager, and Jim Crockett to Great Lakes & Midwest Ornamental Manager. These individuals will be focusing on end-user grower calls, as well as support to Nufarm distribution.
The addition of three salespeople will augment the company’s current activity in the greenhouse and nursery side of the business, said Arden Bull, Nufarm national ornamental manager.
“These new region managers will concentrate on promoting the broad portfolio of combined Nufarm products,” Bull said. “Their more than 60 years of combined experience will greatly enhance the Nufarm presence at the grower level and enable us to be more frequent in service recommendations and support.”
Prior to his promotion, Etzler served as regional sales manager with Nufarm in College Station, Texas. Before joining Nufarm, he had stints with SePRO Corporation and Hines Horticulture dating back to 2003.
A retiree of the U.S. Air Force and a former teacher, Bunting has been in ornamental sales for more than 20 years. He started as an agricultural sales representative with Dow Chemical Company in Mississippi in 1980, and since that time has held various positions with Novo Nordisk, Abbott Labs, Valent Professional Products and Nufarm.

Crockett has more than 25 years of direct production and agronomic program development in both greenhouse and nursery segments. His experience includes time with ChemLawn Services, Imperial Nursery, Cleary Chemical Corporation, Color Spot Nurseries and QCOM Corporation.

For more information 
Nufarm Americas
Sherry Mitchell
T: (919) 379 2524

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