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Genesus is Expanding Their Team

20 May 2015
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GLOBAL - Genesus is pleased to announce the addition of seven new employees and agents all formerly with JSR Group of Companies (Topigs-Norsvin).

Paul Anderson, formerly International Sales Director JSR (Topigs-Norsvin) now International Sales Manager Genesus.

Simon Grey, former Director JSR Checkfarm will now be responsible for Genesus Europe, Russia and former CIS Countries as Genesus General Director.

Natalia Zarubina was JSR-Checkfarm in Russia will now be Sales Support coordinating Genesus business in Russia and former CIS countries.

Olena Miller has joined Genesus from JSR (Topigs-Norsvin) and will be focusing on the sales growth for Genesus in Russia, CIS countries and Lithuania.

Yolanda Hou worked with JSR (Topigs-Norsvin) in China as International Key Account Manager is now Genesus Sales & Technical Support Executive for business in China.

Jack Wozny formerly JSR Checkfarm manager will now be operating a Genesus Sales Agency in Russian and the EU.

Dr. Ayodele Christopher Oniku of Continental Genetics Ltd. Of Lagos, Nigeria which marketed JSR (Topigs-Norsvin) will be working with Genesus to promote growth in the 15 countries of ECOWAS (Economic Community of West Africa States)

The Swine Genetic Industry is quickly consolidating.

Genesus is excited to have this strong group of Swine Professionals join the Genesus team.

Genesus is committed to not only produce the best swine genetics today but also in the future. The choice of this group to join Genesus is a testament to their faith in the value and commitment that Genesus brings globally to our customers.


To find out more about Genesus Genetics, please take the time to visit their website at .

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