HUNTSVILLE, Ala.— Aviagen® North America is pleased to announce that Anthony (Tony) Krynski has accepted the position of Technical Service Manager for Western Canada, effective immediately. Reporting to Canadian Regional Business Account Manager Matt Klassen, Krynski will champion customers in Alberta, where he will be based, as well as British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. In doing so, he will work closely with Aviagen internal experts to help customers achieve the best-possible welfare, performance and sustainability with their Ross® birds.
Serving Canadian customers with excellence
Krynski will benefit these customers with extensive experience providing quality support to poultry producers and a thorough understanding of the Western Canada poultry industry.
He comes to Aviagen from Trouw Nutrition/Hi-Pro Feeds, where he significantly increased the broiler breeder, broiler and layer customer base through his acumen in meeting customer needs and continually improving the performance of their birds and their businesses. He also served as Poultry Account Manager for Masterfeeds and Hatchery Quality Assurance Data Collection Technician for Sofina Foods and Operations Assistant for Rietveld Poultry Farms. Krynski achieved a Bachelor of Science in Animal Health with a major in Food Safety and Quality from the University of Alberta.
Krynski said he is grateful for this opportunity to serve the Canadian poultry industry as a member of the Aviagen North America team. “Aviagen has a strong reputation in Canada for excellence in customer service, while delivering robust birds with strong welfare, efficiency and productivity. I am eager to help further strengthen the team with a passion for poultry and working side-by-side with producers to fortify their ability to feed our Canadian people with a safe, healthy and sustainable food source.”
“We are excited to welcome Tony to our Aviagen North America family,” added Klassen. “We were extremely impressed by his ability to inspire others, making him effective in building relationships with our customers and industry allies. He will undoubtedly be an asset to our customers and his colleagues as together we work to continue to build up the Canadian poultry industry.”