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Apr 29, 2021
Nichino America promotes Amanda Carson to East region sales manager

Amanda Carson has been promoted to sales manager for the Eastern region sales team for Ninchino America Inc. In her new role, Carson will be responsible for the direction and implementation of the sales plans for the east team.

Amanda Carson

She will lead the development strategy for key account customer activity and distribution partners in the region. “Amanda’s innate leadership combined with her background in sales, marketing, and key account management make her an important asset to our sales team and channel customers,” said Mike Ames, Vice President, Sales for Nichino America.

According to a news release, Carson comes from a background in sales and marketing leadership in the agricultural and horticultural industries. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Horticulture from Pennsylvania State University, College of Agriculture.  During her career, Carson has held positions in sales, marketing, and key account management in the agrochemical industry; commercial landscape management; and wholesale nursery stock distribution.

Carson joined Nichino America in 2016 as Technical Sales Representative for the Northeast territory. She was promoted to Product Manager in early 2018 and was responsible for the successful launches of PQZ Insecticide and Gatten Fungicide.

Nichino America,Inc. offers several crop protection products known for their targeted performance, flexibility and ease of application, and fit with today’s environment. Among the company’s products are Applaud, Apta, Bexar, Bexar CA, Centaur, Courier, FujiMite, Miteus, Portal, PQZ, and Torac insecticides; ET, ETX, Strada, Strada Pro, Strada XT2, and Venue herbicides; and Artisan, Convoy, Elegia, Gatten, Gatten CA, Moncut, Moncoat MZ and Umbra fungicides.

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