Dec 17, 2019
Regional sales manager for Southwest hired by Helm Agro US

Tampa, Florida-based Helm Agro US Inc., a global manufacturer of high-quality crop protection and fertilizer products, announces the hiring of Josh Louder as Regional Sales Manager in the Southwest.

Louder will be responsible for promoting and initiating sales of Helm crop protection products while delivering added value to channel and grower customers in the states of Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas.

“With Helm’s recent growth and strategic optimism, we are excited to add new talent like Josh to our sales organization,” says Aaron Locker, Vice President of Sales, Helm Agro US. “Josh has years of invaluable experience in agricultural product sales which provide a solid foundation to grow our current and developing business in his territory.”

Prior to joining Helm, Louder was Regional Sales Manager for Koch Agronomic Services. Earlier in his career he served in sales roles with Syngenta.

Louder holds a B.S. degree from Texas A&M University. He is also a graduate of the TALL Program (Texas Agriculture Lifetime Leadership). Louder currently resides in Colleyville, Texas, and can be contacted at [email protected].

HELM employment opportunities

HelmAgro US is seeking experienced and highly-driven sales professionals who are ready for forward momentum in their career. Experienced professionals are welcome to apply for available positions by contacting [email protected].

 




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