Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition Announces Promotion of Mark Martinez

Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition Announces Promotion of Mark Martinez

His new role will be Manager, Business Development and National Accounts

PRINCETON, N.J. (May 31, 2017)—Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition is pleased to announce that Mark Martinez has been promoted to the position of Manager, Business Development and National Accounts. In this role, Martinez will be responsible for leading the organization’s poultry and swine commercial team.

“We’re excited to see Mark step into this new role,” says Scott Druker, general manager, Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition. In his previous position at Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition, Martinez served as National Accounts Manager, and prior to that as South Central Account Manager. He has played an integral role in introducing Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition to the poultry and swine markets.

“Mark’s years of experience overseeing national channel sales accounts, along with his extensive knowledge of the poultry and swine industries, make him a great fit for this new position,” Druker adds. “With the recent acquisition of Agro BioSciences, we have strengthened our portfolio to meet the growing needs of producers worldwide, significantly expanding our monogastric sales and research teams. Mark is well-suited to lead this group.”

Martinez has more than 26 years of experience working in the feed and livestock production industries. Prior to joining ARM & HAMMER™, he was employed at Elanco Animal Health, where he managed large channel accounts for nine years. Martinez has also held positions at FMC Corporation and Kemin Industries.

You can contact Mark at (515) 360-6035 or by email at [email protected].

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