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Logan Farm Equipment names Clinton Arnold as CEO. This is a after a record setting sales quarter for the company.

Sugar City, USA – April 29, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Clinton Arnold was named Chief Executive Officer of Logan Farm Equipment and Agritech Corporation, a division of Logan. This is a step up for Arnold who was previously the Director of Sales for both companies. With Arnold moving to the role of CEO, Ted Parkinson was named General Manager and Bruce Nyborg remains President.

“My role is now focused on the future growth, strategy, and international business,” said Clinton Arnold, newly appointed CEO.

This announcement comes on the heels of the best sales quarter in the Potato Equipment Manufacturer’s history, which has been credited to rebranding of both companies to reflect their position in the marketplace, along with new online marketing strategies and a robust season of Ag Shows.

About Logan Farm Equipment: Logan Farm Equipment is potato farm equipment made by farmers for farmers. Logan’s simplified engineering reduces costly down time by making repairs easy. Logan Farm Equipment stands behind their products and provides the best service and warranties in the industry. For more information visit LoganFarmEquipment.com.

About Agritech Corporation:
Agritech Corporation specializes in buying, selling and trading used agricultural, farm and potato equipment. Their customers range from all 50 states as well as Canada and Mexico and reach as far as Chile, Australia, New Zealand and Russia. With 25 years of experience, a vast online used potato equipment inventory, and a skilled team of equipment experts, Agritech prides itself on being able to provide used or refurbished equipment for any customer. For more information visit AgritechCorp.com.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.loganfarmequipment.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Bruce Nyborg
Email: Bruce@agritechcorp.com
Address: 615 E 3rd North, Sugar City, Idaho 83448
Phone: 866-257-8509
Organization: Logan Farm Equipment

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/logan-farm-equipment-names-ceo/41778

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