Agriculture to aquaculture specialists Kiotechagil, which
manufactures a range of high performance natural feed additives
for the animal feed, grain and aquaculture industries,
has announced two senior management changes.
The company is creating two new positions, one aimed at
boosting new product development and bringing new products
to market quicker while the second is aimed at improving
Kiotechagil’s processes and customer service.
Introducing these new roles, Kiotechagil Chief Executive
Richard Edwards said, “We recognise we need to place
more emphasis and resources on product development and
research so we have a continual flow of new products coming
to market. At the same time we also need to bring in new
skills to strengthen our day to day operations, customer
service and marketing.”
As a result Murray Hyden will assume the role of Chief
Technical Officer across Kiotechagil. Murray graduated
through Imperial College London whilst working for ICI
at Jealotts Hill before joining Agil. Now, in his new role
at Kiotechagil, he will be responsible for developing and
introducing new products across the company’s product
range. He will also seek to develop strategic alliances
with other companies and government organisations and begin
to work more closely with Cefas (Centre for Environment,
Fisheries & Aquaculture Science) in helping to bring
Kiotechagil’s Aquatice product to market and in developing
other products suitable for the aquaculture industry.
David Bullen will assume the role of General Manager with
responsibility for the day to day operations at Kiotechagil.
David joined Kiotechagil in 2007 from Novartis where he
was head of sales and marketing in certain European markets
and on the Board for Central Europe. In his new role David
will manage, lead and develop a team focused on improving
business practices including customer service, account
management, marketing and packaging.
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