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New Staff Additions Strengthen Aviagen Team in Latin America

by 5m Editor
11 April 2012, at 7:18am

LATIN AMERICA - Aviagen Latin America recently increased its staff, hiring three new professionals in order to continue to provide superior service to customers in the region. The new team members include Marco Aurelio Romagnole de Araujo, Jonivan Paloschi, and Ed Wilson Fava.




Ed Fava and Jonivan Paloschi (pictured left to right)

Dr Marco Aurelio Araujo, DVM, is the new technical services manager of Aviagen Latin America, with special focus on Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Bolivia. With five years of experience at Sadia and more than 10 years of work in the poultry industry at Avicola Pato Branco, Araujo has extensive training in the area of technical and team management. “Technical assistance, along with improved livestock performance, and strong involvement with our customers are key components for our business. Marco Aurelio, working with the entire Aviagen team, certainly contributes a lot in this regard,” said Ivan Lauandos, general manager of Aviagen Latin America.

Jonivan Paloschi joins Aviagen as the new production manager for the company’s Latin America operations. A professional zoo technician with a Masters in Animal Production, Paloschi previously worked at Sadia, Frangosul and Hygen. “Jonivan’s focus will be to advance Aviagen’s production facilities for the future, working in total synergy with the Technical and Veterinary Services Departments, under the present responsibility of Anselmo Micheletti and Eduardo Lima, respectively,” adds Lauandos.

Ed Wilson Fava is Aviagen Latin America’s new sustainability manager for Human Resources and Environment. “It is with great pleasure that I join Aviagen, a world leader in poultry genetics, and to be part of this outstanding team of professionals in Latin America,” said Ed Fava. “As one of Ed’s main goals, he will continue to build the Aviagen team in Latin America to meet the company’s growth and future needs,” commented Lauandos.