WAUKEGAN, ILL. (March 30, 2020) – Marshall Evans has joined the Turf Team at Precision Laboratories as the District Manager for Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
In this position, Evans will provide customers with technical, sales, and marketing support to help them grow their business. He will also support key initiatives in golf, sports turf and lawn care.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (March 18, 2019) – Specialty crop growers now have more options to improve the performance of their spray applications. Precision Laboratories introduces the Tacheon™ line, a group of silicone-based adjuvants designed to reduce the surface tension of spray solutions. This results in improved wetting, sticking and/or spreading, depending on the specific formulation. The Tacheon products are all NPE/APE free for crop safety and have a variety of features so that recommendations can be tailored to meet specific grower needs.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (March 5, 2020) – Precision Laboratories introduces Precisive, a high-load nonionic surfactant with built-in deposition aids and drift reduction technology. Precisive reduces the risk of off-target movement while delivering more spray solution on-target, improving canopy penetration, and increasing leaf surface coverage.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (October 28, 2019) – Kevin Willin has joined Precision Laboratories as an Account Manager, Agriculture Sales in the Northeast United States.
In this position, Willin will provide customers with technical, sales, and marketing support to help them grow their business. He will also support key initiatives within the company.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (March 3, 2017) - Precision Laboratories announces a partnership with Monsanto to include an adjuvant in Roundup Ready PLUS® Crop Management Solutions. Intact™ drift reduction agent is available for the 2017 crop season and can provide growers and applicators additional confidence with on-target application.
“This partnership is a benefit to growers who want to take the next step toward the most effective use of new technologies available to them,” said Rick Wohlner, President of Precision Laboratories. “Monsanto’s proven unique competencies in plant development and commitment to grower success align well with Precisions’ dedication to exceptional adjuvant technology and agricultural stewardship.”
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (January 13, 2015) - Precision Laboratories announces a corporate restructuring of management. The new alignment brings elements of customer-facing roles together and separates them from research and development.
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“This internal streamlining of personnel is something we have been working on for years,” said Rick Wohlner, president, Precision. “It makes sense to initiate these changes as we continue to gain market share in the turf and agriculture industries and meet the results-oriented expectations of our customers.”
Terry Culp, formerly the vice president of seed and foliar nutrition, is now the senior vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, he takes the lead on management of customer-oriented activities including product sales support and marketing campaigns. He will lead the commercialization of new products to maximize efficiency of sales and customer satisfaction.
Jim Reiss, formerly the vice president of agriculture chemistries, is now the senior vice president of product development. He will work exclusively with the corporate research team to develop innovative, sensible and effective products that meet customers’ needs.
Culp and Reiss each have more than 20 years of experience at Precision Laboratories.
About Precision Laboratories
Precision Laboratories is a leading provider of specialized chemistries applied to plants, seeds, soil and water to maximize resources and biological performance potential while stewarding the environment. For more information on the company's products and its value-added dealers, call 800-323-6280 or visit www.precisionlab.com.
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