The global poultry industry is always on the move – and so are the people who work in the industry.
There are plenty of career opportunities, this is proven by the fact that every month there are new roles being filled and new employees are added to teams. Let’s see who’s going where…
Dr Randy Borg has been appointed as European director of genetics for Cobb-Vantress. He is responsible for directing the breeding programme at the Cobb pedigree farm at Herveld in the Netherlands, representing research and development in support of Cobb in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and managing the day-to-day external research activities established with European collaborators.
In addition, Charles Swain has rejoined the Cobb-Vantress technical service team and will be responsible for providing technical support to Cobb customers in South Arkansas, Louisiana and Northeast Texas.
Anitox has appointed Loretta Hunter to the role of compliance director. This newly created position will oversee the company’s quality assurance and quality control functions, manage patents and trademark activity, and drive regulatory affairs globally. Previously, Hunter served Anitox as the manager of regulatory affairs for the Americas.
Tan Yet Chez has joined Roxell’s Asian branch in Malaysia as service engineer for Asia/Pacific. He will work closely together with Kenny Ng, Sales Manager Asia from the company’s office in Malaysia.
Danisco Animal Nutrition, part of DuPont Industrial Biosciences, has grown its Central and Eastern Europe team. Konstantin Zvezdin has been appointed regional sales manager for Russia and other CIS countries. Bart Hillen has been appointed regional technical manager for Central Europe and Russia and finally Victor Advahov has been appointed regional technical manager.
Dr Guillermo Zavala, an independent clinical avian medicine consultant specialising in controlling infectious diseases in commercial poultry and egg flocks, has joined the staff of the USA Poultry & Egg Export Council (USAPEEC) as director of veterinary services. Zavala spent 11 years on the faculty at the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine before forming Avian Health International LLC in 2014, which serves poultry and egg industry clients worldwide.