Stockton Israel (STK) has announced the appointment of Mr. Fausto Xavier Venegas Pila as CEO of Stockton Ecuador, S.A. The appointment shows Stockton’s continued expansion in Ecuador, and its commitment to promote growth through channel partnerships.
Fausto Venegas Pila is a 38-year old agronomist with a professional career of 15 years in Ecuador, and experienced in the main crops at both national and regional level. Married and with two children, Fausto is a nature lover with a great sense of social and environmental responsibility in the development of his professional practice. He has always maintained close contact with major agro-industries in the country, creating long-term projects and businesses, and consolidating strategic channels with major traders in agricultural inputs. He himself has experience in managing sales teams, developed in connection with his work with companies like Monsanto Ecuatoriana, Punversa, and Syngenta Crop Protection.
"We are excited to have someone of Fausto’s stature to lead Stockton Ecuador S.A, allowing us to continue our strong investment in the region," said Ziv Tirosh, CEO of the Stockton Group. "His main objective will be to identify new opportunities within the industry to uphold the leadership Stockton has achieved in the Ecuadorian market in recent years, establishing a successful relationship with our customers."
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