Dow AgroSciences Announces New Structure in Europe, Middle East, Africa
Dow AgroSciences announced a new organizational structure for its Europe, Middle East and Africa business, driven by its plan to launch six new molecules and a number of other solutions in those geographies over the next three to five years.
In the new structure, Dow AgroSciences is dividing the EMEA area into two regions: Europe and Middle East/Africa. Eric Dereudre will lead the Europe unit, and Rodney Foran will lead the Middle East/Africa unit. Each of these units will be divided into commercial territories to ensure local needs are emphasized and new technology will be fully utilized.
As Dow AgroSciences launches new molecules, it said it will strengthen its position in herbicides for crops such as cereals, rice, and pasture, as well as expand to cereal fungicides. The company will continue to be known as a top provider of insecticides for numerous crops plus nitrogen stabilization. “In addition, Dow AgroSciences is putting in place resources to manage collaborations with partners to develop and market the many new solutions made possible by such a robust pipeline,” the company said.
“New technology means new solutions for our customers, and the team we now have in place can help farmers make the most of our expanding product portfolio,” says Pierre Flye Sainte Marie, Vice President, EMEA and Pacific, Dow AgroSciences. “We are dedicated to providing focus, support, and local emphasis for our customers in the EMEA geography as our innovative products help them advance agriculture.”