HZPC Americas announced earlier today that the company recently hired Jill Herold as a Key Account Manager. Jill brings over 18 years of experience in technical agronomy in potatoes, corn, soybean and other various crops, including several years focused on sustainability. She holds a B.S. degree from Colorado State University and is currently serving on several Boards including President‐elect of the Montana Cattle Women’s association.
“We’re thrilled to have Jill join our team.”, says Jeff Scramlin, President of HZPC Americas Corp. “Jill will be leading our commercial activities within the Processing Sector. Her ambition to understand customers’ needs and deliver unique solutions, combined with her experience and passion for potatoes make her a natural fit for this position. She’ll be a great role model for our employees and vendors who come in contact with her.”
“My career has led me to this point, this team and this company. I am very excited to be here. HZPC has a breadth and depth of history and potato knowledge leading the industry with superior potato varieties. They embrace creative go‐to‐market strategies with an inviting culture I am happy to be able to contribute to.” Jill said.
The addition of Mrs. Herold brings the HZPC Americas Corp. team to 9 members strategically placed across the U.S. and Canada to support their customers.
For inquiries about innovative potato varieties or products for the processing sector, please feel free to contact Jill at [email protected]
Source: HZPC Americas
Founded in 1898 and rooted in The Netherlands, HZPC has grown to become global market
leader in seed potato trading, innovative breeding and concept development. We offer
innovative potato varieties that are optimized for local growing conditions. We share
knowledge and provide solutions that dynamically anticipate the climatological, cultural and
commercial challenges the entire field of food faces. With 400 employees across 19 countries,
and exports to over 90 countries, we contribute to the availability of responsible food for the
well‐being of millions of people worldwide.