Sep 16, 2020
Ag sales team in Pacific Northwest and Canada boosted by Brandt

Brandt Specialty Formulations has added two new territory sales managers, Cody Massey and Nate Britt, to its North American Ag sales team, covering the U.S. Pacific Northwest and Canada.

According to a news release, both Massey and Britt will report to Brandt regional sales manager, Dan Pinther. They will focus on selling the company’s proprietary foliar nutrient technology, Brandt Manni-Plex and Brandt Smart System, as well as a wide range of sustainable crop inputs.

Cody Massey

Massey holds an M.S. degree in weed science from Mississippi State University and a B.S. from Oklahoma State University. He has five years of agriculture and crop protection experience, including vertebrate eradication and crop protection. Massey will cover Oregon, western Washington, and western Canada.

Britt has 10 years of agriculture and crop production experience. He has a B.A. degree in Communications from the University of Hawaii. Britt will focus on eastern Washington and central Canada.

“We are thrilled to welcome Cody and Nate to the Brandt family,” said John Guglielmi, Brandt National Sales Director. “They have extensive hands-on experience in crop production and will bring a tremendous amount of value to our customers.”

Nate Britt

Massey and Britt will work alongside Brandt’s current Pacific Northwest territory sales manager,Rich Soweiralski.

A leading agricultural company, Brandt serves growers around the globe. Founded in 1953 by Glen Brandt and his sister Evelyn Brandt Thomas to help Illinois farmers adopt new and profitable technologies, the company has experienced aggressive growth under the leadership of President and CEO Rick Brandt. Brandt’s focus is providing the products and services that give growers the best opportunity for maximum return while building a stronger, healthier and more abundant food supply.

For more information, visit Brandt on the web at:

75 Applewood Drive, Suite A
P.O. Box 128
Sparta, MI 49345
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