Accomplished veterinary scientist joins South Bank firm

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 24 Apr 2019

GLOBAL trace element specialist Agrimin has shown further evidence of its commitment to research and development for the years ahead.

The Kirmington-based firm has announced the appointment of an accomplished veterinary scientist, who will be commissioning and managing clinical trials.

From Glasgow, 29-year-old Callum Harvey, pictured, has been confirmed as the company’s technical manager, coming from previous senior roles at the Knowledge Transfer Network, and Harbro.

A graduate in Veterinary Bioscience, Callum will take a lead on all aspects of new product R&D activity, as well as multi-disciplinary specialists across Agrimin, including animal scientists, chemists, engineers, and regulatory experts.

He said: “I view this role as such a great opportunity to have a significant impact on the way in which specialist products are brought to market for our sector. It’s really exciting to know I’ll be working on every stage of the research and development, and getting a close understanding of what our clients truly want from the Agrimin products they have access to.”

A member of the British Society of Animal Science, Callum will be based at the company’s head office on Humberside Airport Business Park.

Mark Armstrong, sales and marketing director, welcomed him to the role.

He said: “Callum’s expertise and experience really speak for themselves. He brings with him such a wealth of knowledge about the field of veterinary science and will play a major role in our next stage of research and development activity. We’re delighted to have him on board, and working alongside a team of real specialists in bolus technology.”



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