Feb 11, 2020
HELM Agro US hires Southeast sales manager

HELM Agro US Inc., a global manufacturer of high-quality crop protection and fertilizer products, recently hired Mark Chupp as Regional Sales Manager for the Southeast.

In this role, Chupp will be responsible for driving territory sales and expanding market penetration of the company’s crop protection portfolio across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, according to a press release from the company.

“Mark brings invaluable sales and territory management experience to the organization,” Aaron Locker, vice president of Sales with HELM Agro US, said in the release. “With strong relationships across the Southeast, Mark thoroughly understands the needs of the market, making him the right sales professional to work with valued customers – especially as new proprietary solutions get added to the portfolio over the next several years.”

Chupp is an industry veteran with more than 20 years of multi-disciplinary sales experience, according to the release. Before joining HELM Chupp served as Area Business Manager for Monsanto. Prior to that, he worked in the forestry industry for both ArborGen Inc. and International Paper in a variety of sales and marketing positions.

Chupp holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business and a Master of Science in Forest Resources, both from the University of Georgia in Athen, according to the release. He lives in Greensboro, Georgia. He can be contacted via email at [email protected].




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