Greg Johnson Tapped to Lead Nutrient Technologies Growth
Dinuba, Calif. (November 30, 2017) – Nutrient Technologies, Inc., a De Sangosse Group company specializing in advanced plant nutrition products, is pleased to announce that Greg Johnson named President of Nutrient Technologies effective October 1, 2017.
Johnson will also continue to serve as president of Walnut Creek, California-based Fine Americas, Inc., another De Sangosse Group company and leader in Plant Growth Regulator (PGR) technology. Each company will continue to operate as independent organizations under Johnson’s leadership.
“We are very pleased Greg has accepted this expanded role,” says Nicolas Fillon, CEO, De Sangosse Group. “Greg’s background, global experience and proven success in growing the Fine America’s brand in North and South America has made him a natural fit for this position with Nutrient Technologies,” says Fillon.
In his new role, Johnson will work closely with the Nutrient Technologies management team to drive the company’s successful growth while expanding the development and marketing of additional De Sangosse nutrition and bio-stimulant technologies for both companies.
“I am confident he will continue to drive the growth of both organizations and ensure efficient flow of additional De Sangosse’s technologies to American markets,” says Fillon.
Johnson brings more than 35 years of diversified domestic and international leadership experience with crop protection products in a broad array of agricultural crop segments. Prior to joining Fine in 2004, he served in various positions with Arysta Life Sciences and their legacy companies as Director of Global Marketing and Director of Business Operations Western Hemisphere. He began his career with AgriDyne Technologies and CIBA-GEIGY.
“I’m excited by the opportunity to leverage De Sangosse’s impressive nutrition, bio-stimulant and PGR technologies across both companies which will continue to build more added value for farmers throughout the Americas,” says Johnson.
To learn more about Nutrient Technologies, visit https://nutrienttechnologies.com/.
For Fine Americas information, visit www.fine-americas.com.
For more information about De Sangosse Group, visit http://www.desangosse.com/.
About Nutrient Technologies, Inc.
Nutrient Technologies focuses on the development and marketing of advanced specialty plant nutrition products and programs for agricultural crops. Nutrient Technologies continually strives to improve its foliar nutrition technology to meet the exacting demands of today’s quality-conscious growers.
Based in Dinuba, California, Nutrient Technologies was founded in 1986. In December 2015, Nutrient Technologies was purchased by the De Sangosse Group.
About Fine Americas, Inc.
Fine Americas focuses on the development and marketing of plant growth regulators for agricultural and ornamental crops. Fine continually strives to improve plant growth regulator technology to meet the exacting demands of today’s quality-conscious growers. Fine is certified to ISO 9001:2008.
Based in Walnut Creek, California, Fine Americas is part of the Fine Holdings Group, founded in 1983 in Worcester, UK. In July 2014, the Fine Holdings Group was purchased by the De Sangosse Group.
About De Sangosse:
The De Sangosse Group, based in Agen, France, is a global enterprise which develops, manufactures, and market products focused on crop protection, plant nutrition, rodent control and seed markets. The Group’s mission is to provide innovative technical solutions and a high level of expertise to customers in strategic areas of activity.
The De Sangosse Group product offering is constantly enriched thanks to dedicated investments in R&D, technical development, registrations and several strategic partnerships. The group’s vision is one of productive agriculture that is respectful of the environment while focusing on the challenges facing crop production. Currently, De Sangosse employs more than 700 people worldwide. Employees are the majority shareholders, a fact that guarantees the group’s independence.
Fine Americas, Inc., and Nutrient Technologies