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September 24, 2019

 

Zinpro appoints vice president for sales in Southeast Asia, India
 


Zinpro Corporation has recently announced its appointment of  Supunnee Jiarakhun as vice president for sales in Southeast Asia and India.
 
In this newly created leadership position, Dr. Jiarakhun will lead the Southeast Asia and India sales teams, support customer retention and satisfaction, as well as drive new customer acquisition. Dr. Jiarakhun will also support company initiatives to expand Zinpro Performance Minerals® sales and business solutions to customers throughout these vital animal-production regions.


"Supunnee has worked hard throughout her career at Zinpro to grow our business in Southeast Asia and India and has not only done so through new customer acquisition, but through building strong relationships with her customers," said Rob Sheffer, president of Zinpro Corporation.


"Under Supunnee's leadership, and through her deep understanding of our customers, we will continue to grow by delivering unparalleled support and innovative solutions to our customers."


An 18-year Zinpro employee, Dr. Jiarakhun had previously served as the company's regional business enterprise manager for Southeast Asia, responsible for all sales activities in the region. Dr. Jiarakhun has more than 30 years of experience in animal nutrition, feed manufacturing and consultancy and will continue to be based in Bangkok, Thailand.


Sheffer added: "Supunnee is an exceptional leader and her commitment to our mission and core values will continue to drive our teams to success in Southeast Asia and beyond. This promotion recognises not only her commitment to our organisation but also her extraordinary leadership - she has the ability to develop, motivate and inspire teams to achieve business and professional growth."


- Zinpro

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