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New Employees Join CRI's International Division

SHAWANO, Wisconsin — Cooperative Resources International (CRI) welcomes three new employees to the International Marketing Division in Shawano, Wisconsin.

Hamid Rutaro, originally from Uganda, accepted the position of International Regional Sales Manager. In this position, Rutaro markets products and services to international distributors. He previously held the position of Regional Sales Manager for CRI subsidiary AgSource Cooperative Services. Rutaro received a bachelor's degree in veterinary medicine from Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, and a master's degree in agribusiness management from Kansas State University.

Shiheng (Tobby) Pan, originally from China, joins CRI as the International Product and Service Specialist coordinating and promoting products and services through wholesale distributors and international retail outlets. He received an undergraduate degree in international logistics from Sias International University and a master's degree in agribusiness from Texas A&M University. Before joining CRI, Pan worked for a Chinese government-owned corporation where he managed soybean oil and byproduct sales.

Kasey Haars of Suamico, Wisconsin, is an International Business Specialist. Haars coordinates and manages numerous projects within the International Division. She graduated from Iowa State University with bachelor degrees in agricultural business and international agriculture. While attending Iowa State, Haars gained pertinent experience while serving as an agronomy intern and an agricultural sales and marketing intern.

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About CRI
Cooperative Resources International (CRI), headquartered in Shawano, Wisconsin, is the global leader in delivering excellence, innovation and value to members and customers. Built from organizations dating back to the 1920s, CRI and its subsidiaries – AgSource Cooperative Services, Genex Cooperative, Inc. and MOFA Global – encompass more than 1,500 employees dedicated to meeting the needs of individuals linked to the land through plant and animal production. Learn more at www.crinet.com.