DURHAM, N.C. (January 14, 2020) – As it continues to grow its specialty business, Sipcam Agro USA today announced it has hired three new sales managers for its turf and ornamental division: Linda Satter, Tony Atchison and Mike Mumper.

Linda Satter joins the Sipcam family as Manager, Southeast Territory. Linda is an industry veteran who brings a high level of expertise and energy with her business relationships. Her experience will allow the specialty sales organization to focus on new strategic initiatives in 2020. Most of Linda’s career has been spent with Corteva, formerly known as Dow.

Tony Atchison will serve as Sipcam’s new Manager, South Central Territory. Tony started in the industry as a superintendent, then transitioned to distributor sales working as a representative for Arysta Life Science and The Andersons. Tony’s diverse experience and relationships with customers in the south will be beneficial as he highlights the company’s new Coastal Herbicide.

Rounding out the turf and ornamental division’s new team is Mike Mumper, who joins Sipcam as Manager, North Central Territory. Mike has been working in the golf industry for 25 years as a superintendent in the private and public club sector, and most recently at SePRO Corporation. His strong relationships at the customer and distributor level and enthusiastic approach will be integral in the growth of his territory.

“We’re excited to have Linda, Tony and Mike join our team,” says Todd Mason, Director of National Sales and Development for Specialty at Sipcam. “They each have different backgrounds in the golf industry, which means they have unique experiences and insights that will be valuable as we focus on meeting our customers’ needs and helping them achieve their highest level.”

For additional information about Sipcam, visit www.sipcamagro.com.

Sipcam Agro USA, Inc., with headquarters in Durham, North Carolina, is owned by the Sipcam-Oxon Group, a privately-owned Italian company recognized worldwide for its chemical formulation and manufacturing expertise.

Todd Mason