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December 7, 2023
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Hy-Line International Adds Role of President of Operations

Hy-Line International is pleased to announce Eduardo de Souza Pinto will join Hy-Line International in the newly created position of President of Operations effective 1 March 2022. He will have responsibility for all areas of internal production, administration, exports and logistics based in Dallas Center, Iowa, USA.

Jonathan Cade, President of Hy-Line International, will continue to lead all sales activities, customer support, business relations, marketing and technical service efforts. Dr. Danny Lubritz, Director of Research and Development, will continue to focus on research and development of Hy-Line varieties.

“Eduardo will lead a strong team of specialists in the fields of pedigree and grandparent farm and hatchery management, biosecurity, quality, veterinary, compliance, finance, exports and logistics,” said Jonathan Cade, President of Hy-Line International. “This executive position will ensure our layer varieties are supplied to you above and beyond your expectations. shows our commitment to have an even stronger strategic leadership within Hy-Line.”

Eduardo comes from Valo Biomedia, a SPF egg business, where he was President for North and South America with a key focus on biosecurity, efficiency and on-time deliveries of SPF eggs to key vaccine manufacturers.

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