Bailey welcomes new sales rep
Bailey Nurseries recently added Cory VonEgidy to its sales team as a territory sales representative, according to a news release. In this position, VonEgidy will work with customers in southern New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
“Cory’s enthusiasm about this opportunity is contagious. We are looking forward to him getting out and sharing that with our customers,” said Jimmy Kuon, Bailey sales manager.
VonEgidy has a degree in communications from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is on pace to finish a degree in agriculture business management at North Carolina State University in December.
“Working alongside the talented and well-tenured team at Bailey provides me with a dynamic network to learn from and all the tools I need to be successful as I grow into this new role,” said VonEgidy. “I am thrilled to continue bringing the Mid-Atlantic the best that Bailey Nurseries has to offer.”
VonEgidy may be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at: 757-710-4745. For more information, visit: baileynurseries.com.
AgroFresh partners with Strella
AgroFresh Solutions, which provides cutting-edge technological solutions to reduce food loss and promote sustainable agriculture, recently announced a partnership with Strella, a leading startup and developer of proprietary sensor technology, according to a news release.
“We are excited to be working together with Strella to expand the reach for this innovative technology and provide our customers with the data and insights they need to help reduce food waste and maintain the quality and freshness of apples and pears as they move through the supply chain,” said Clint Lewis, CEO of AgroFresh. “Our partnership with Strella expands our comprehensive portfolio of postharvest solutions and further supports our customers in their efforts to grow and distribute an abundant supply of sustainable fresh produce around the world.”
Strella’s proprietary sensors collect real-time perishability data on apples and pears while they are in storage, allowing customers to make data-driven inventory decisions to maintain freshness and protect the value of their produce in storage. This technology will complement AgroFresh’s FreshCloud platform, which provides end-to-end data visibility and monitoring of produce quality at all points along the value chain.