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Henke joins TechMix international team

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Henke will be responsible for developing the international swine portfolio with primary focus on Europe.

TechMix Europe has announced the addition of Nils Henke, DVM to the international team in the role of swine health business manager. Henke will be responsible for developing the international swine portfolio with primary focus on Europe. He will be charged with designing and implementing the strategic growth plans, leading product innovation and managing key customer accounts. 

Henke earned his DVM degree in Germany from the Hannover Veterinary School. His professional career includes successful strategic marketing and business growth efforts with a number of global companies including Boehringer Ingelheim, IDT and CEVA. Experience through these professional roles lays the backdrop for TechMix Europe to leverage his extensive knowledge in further development of the swine business strategy. 

"We are fortunate to have Nils in a leadership role on our team. His depth of experience is invaluable to us. We have incredibly effective tools that support pig welfare and performance. With Nils on board, we have someone who extends our expertise for helping the swine industry meet consumer pressures for sustainable solutions," says David Muysson, TechMix COO and international director. 

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