New IPM Support Manager for Certis France

As part of the progression of its business development strategy in the area of soft technology and Biocontrol Certis France is integrating the supply of beneficial insects from BCP Certis into its product portfolio and appointing a new IPM Support Manager
Full integration of the BCP portfolio into its crop protection solutions offer to customers is a real milestone in the development of a comprehensive bio control offering from Certis France and a new position of IPM Support Manager has been created to support this integration. Specialist Amelie Boullenger Midthassel, brings considerable expertise from her work in BCP and wider experience in IPM to the role. She will be directly available to customers and distributors for technical support and will also continue to work closely with the BCP technical team to keep abreast of latest developments and field trials work.

The whole of the specialist technical team in Certis France is receiving training around the products and strategies to ensure the highest level of service to our clients, including BCP Certis products as part of the integrated solutions offered. Obviously for the most specialist questions, they will benefit from the support of the IPM Support Manager and the whole BCP research group.

Commercial aspects of the business have been transferred to the French office with a direct supply from BCP Certis production unit to customers to ensure efficient and optimum delivery conditions.

“I am very much looking forward to the challenge of integrating our BCP products into a broader portfolio and a wider view of IPM,” said Amélie Boullenger Midthassel. “This is a fantastic challenge in an area which is currently developing fast in France, and provides an exciting opportunity for us to provide even better support to our clients.”

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