Monday, March 19, 2018

20/03/2018: Benchmark appoints new technical services manager for the Mediterranean

Benchmark Animal Health are pleased to announce that they have appointed Harry Tziouvas to a newly created position of Technical Services Manager (Mediterranean) as part of a wider strategy to strengthen Benchmark’s presence in the region

Harry will be based in Athens and his role will focus on supporting producers in the field as well as providing them with advice and knowledge on Benchmark’s unique approach to health management in aquaculture. 

Harry Tziouvas
Image credit: Benchmark Holdings PLC
Benchmark’s continuing priority is to provide producers with the highest level of technical support and to work with them to develop health management strategies to improve and protect their business performance. The addition of Harry to the team is designed to deliver further on this commitment and to provide experienced support as the company strengthens its product and service portfolio.

Harry brings to Benchmark years of both scientific and farm-based aquaculture experience. Prior to joining Benchmark he worked as a Senior Biologist (North Region) for the Scottish Salmon Company, where he managed the fish health management of marine and freshwater sites. He holds a MSc in Aquatic Pathobiology from the University of Stirling and a BSc in Aquaculture and Fisheries Management from the Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece. He is fluent in Greek and English.

Benchmark Animal Health is a part of Benchmark Holdings plc, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology company, headquartered in the UK. Benchmark helps food producers take control of their biological environment though the combination of genetics, nutrition, health and knowledge services. 

Visit the Benchmark Animal Health website, HERE.

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