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Poultry Nutrition / Industry News & Trends
on July 27, 2017

Zinpro Corporation promotes Paco Fernandez Lopez-Brea to Poultry Support Manager – Europe, Russia and South Africa

His responsibilities will involve coordinating and offering support across three high-growth regions in association with country managers

Zinpro Corporation announces that Paco Fernandez Lopez-Brea, D.V.M., has been promoted to poultry support manager – Europe, Russia and South Africa. His responsibilities include coordinating and cooperating with country managers to provide appropriate technical and commercial support for customers in three, high-growth regions.

Since joining the European sales team in 2008, Paco Fernandez Lopez-Brea has served in numerous sales roles for Zinpro Corporation. Most recently he served as country manager, responsible for all Zinpro sales activities in Spain and Portugal and for key accounts in Italy (swine and poultry) and across central Europe.

“Paco’s industry knowledge and wealth of experience helping our customers across several countries to improve animal wellness and performance has been a tremendous asset to the European sales team,” explains Michael Bain, sales manager, Europe and South Africa – Zinpro Corporation. “We know that in his new position he will continue to provide exceptional service and personalized support to our growing poultry customer base.”

Fernandez Lopez-Brea earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Complutense University, Madrid, Spain. His special interest is the correlation between stress and inflammation and their metabolic impact on the animal’s health deterioration.

He will report to Bain from his office in the Principality of Andorra.

As the industry leader in trace mineral nutrition for livestock and poultry, Zinpro is committed to delivering the technical expertise, products and educational tools needed to help customers improve the performance and profitability of their operations.

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