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KEENAN appointments KEENAN is proud to announce the appointment of Michael Carbery as head of innovation. Carbery has worked for KEENAN for more than six years as group service development manager, and he brings to the role a wealth of experience as well as unique market and customer insights, having held the position of general manager in a number of engineering companies. KEENAN is also proud to welcome Professor Gerald Byrne to the

team. Byrne has spent five years as dean of engineering at University College Dublin (UCD). Byrne brings with him a considerable breadth of knowledge, creativity and experience to spearhead KEENAN’s latest innovation initiatives and will focus on streamlining production, fast-tracking efficiency and optimising plant configuration. Among Bryne’s many credentials are his honorary professorship at Tianjin University in China, being the first and only Irish member of the International Academy for Production Engineering and a membership in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

New Head of Commercial Joins Holstein UK Holstein UK, the representative body for Holstein cattle in the UK, is thrilled to welcome Emma Hanlon to its team as Head of Commercial.

As an exciting new position within the

company, the appointment of Emma provides Holstein UK with the opportunity to address new commercial strategies and areas of growth. Holstein UK is Europe’s largest independent dairy breed society; the business is continually innovating when it comes to animal data, breed genetics, health and performance and supports

a large proportion of the UK’s commercial Holstein population. Holstein UK works closely with industry partners such as AHDB Dairy and British AI companies to regularly review Holstein performance; this research is fed back to its members to help and support the ongoing genetic improvement of the Holstein breed. Emma has a strong commercial and sales background and looks forward to applying her skills to the Holstein UK business. Before joining


Holstein UK, she spent three years in the animal health industry as Large Animal Territory Manager and before that she has held account management positions in the agricultural sector.

The Denis Brinicombe Group announces three new appointments to strengthen and support Customer Relations across the business. Mary-Louise Maher has been appointed as Customer Relations Manager to head up the Customer Relations initiative as part of the new Business Unit. Mary-Louise brings with her an impressive track record of customer relationship management from EDF Energy. Mary-Louise says, “Focus on accurate and bespoke customer service is one of the main drivers in achieving a world class service”. Malcom Chalmers has been appointed as

Territory Sales Manager for the Northumberland area. Malcom joins the company as an experienced Sales Manager, from a national construction company. An active on farm presence plays a pivotal role in developing long term customer relationships within the Brinicombe Agri farm division. Malcom says, “Visiting our customers on farm gives us a more informed understanding of their livestock enterprise, meaning we can offer the best nutritional advice to benefit their situation.” Ben Millar has been appointed as Area

Business Manager for the South. In addition to visiting customers on farm, Ben is also supporting merchants and stockists of Brinicombe Equine, Brinicombe Agri and B2B Nutrition product ranges. Ben brings with him a wealth of experience in agricultural sales management and nutritional advice. “With new product launches and a full calendar of shows and exhibitions, this will be an exciting year for us and our customers”, says Ben. Managing Director, Keith Greig comments, “These strategic

appointments mark our commitment to excellent customer service across our agricultural, equine and trade sectors. This is a very exciting time for the business and our customers, we are constantly looking to the future.”

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