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Hybro appoints new manager for the Middle East

by 5m Editor
1 September 2005, at 12:00am

Leading Dutch broiler breeding company Hybro BV has announced the appointment of a new regional manager for the Middle East. Mr. Marcel Roy will take up the role from September 1 2005, working out of Boxmeer and reporting to Hybro's area manager for the Middle East and Africa, Mr. Mannes Elkink.

Hybro appoints new manager for the Middle East - Leading Dutch broiler breeding company Hybro BV has announced the appointment of a new regional manager for the Middle East. Mr. Marcel Roy will take up the role from September 1 2005, working out of Boxmeer and reporting to Hybro's area manager for the Middle East and Africa, Mr. Mannes Elkink. Hybro

Marcel (42) began his career as account manager Europe with BePoTra NV in Belgium in 1986 and subsequently gained broad experience of intensive livestock farming (pigs), including work as Sales Manager for Dumeco in Boxtel.

Prior to joining Hybro, Marcel worked for five years as area manager Middle East, Asia Pacific, Northern Africa and Europe for VDL Agrotech BV (Eindhoven) - where he gained experience in the poultry sector, dealing in particular with housing and equipment.

Mr Marcel Roy
New regional manager for the Middle East

Marcel joins a growing team at Hybro, committed to providing fast, effective technical services and shortened lines of communication for an ever-larger customer-base throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Central, Eastern and Western Europe.

"Since the launch of our enhanced product portfolio, Hybro has enjoyed significant growth," says Wilfred Folkeringa, Hybro's International Sales Manager, "and we will continue to invest in people of the highest calibre, to ensure that wherever they are in the world, our customers benefit from a capable and experienced team to meet their needs efficiently.

"We are very much looking forward to welcoming Marcel to Hybro next month, and wish him every success in his new position."

Source: Hybro BV - 26th August 2005

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