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Sackett-Waconia restructures its sales force

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World Fertilizer,

Sackett-Waconia has added three new positions to their sales team, John Lamneck as Regional Account Manager – Eastern US; Craig Robinett as Regional Account Manager – Pacific North West; and Hoss Johnson as Regional Account Manager–Midwest.

In the swiftly changing fertilizer industry, Sackett-Waconia remains determined to serve their customers in the most comprehensive and streamlined way, by working directly with customers to meet their needs.

John Lamneck comes to Sackett-Waconia from KleerBlue®, a manufacturer of diesel exhaust fluid blending systems, as a technical sales manager and project manager. John also worked for Wilbur-Ellis Company® where he was a Process Systems Engineer. There he designed and selected fertilizer blending and handling systems for over 170 Wilbur-Ellis locations across the country in both liquid and dry applications.

Craig Robinett brings a background in farming and ranching to the Sackett-Waconia team. He has an extensive background in natural gas utilities, most recently at Loy Clark Pipeline, a natural gas energy and construction company, where he was the Division Manager for the states of Washington and Idaho.

Hoss Johnson carries a surplus of industry experience with him, including time with Unocal 76®, then Agrium® where he worked as a plant manager in West Sacramento. He also worked in nitrogen marketing and managed national accounts. His most recent experience is with the CPS’® (Crop Production Services) Retail Division as a Procurement Manager of Potash and Sulfate.

The further restructured sales force will keep Sackett-Waconia on the leading edge of the dry bulk fertilizer handling industry, providing the highest quality equipment.

President of Sackett-Waconia, Gene Gauss said: “We are very excited to be adding these three talented individuals to our expanding sales team. Sackett-Waconia is committed to bringing the best talent, the latest technology, and premier customer service along with the most reliable fertilizer handling equipment in the industry.”

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