Dow’s Tim Hassinger named president, CEO of Lindsay Corp.

Published online: Aug 09, 2017 News

Lindsay Corp. announced the appointment of Timothy Hassinger as president and CEO and a member of its board of directors, effective Oct. 16.

Hassinger will succeed president and CEO Rick Parod, who previously announced he is retiring later this year after 17 years of service to the company.

“The board unanimously agrees that Tim is the right choice to lead this great company into the future,” said Michael C. Nahl, Lindsay’s Chairman of the Board. “He brings global business experience with an exceptional track record of business leadership and creating profitable growth. This, combined with his people and customer focused operating style, has fueled his ability to exceed customer expectations and consistently deliver strong financial results.”

Hassinger, 55, currently serves as President and CEO of Dow AgroSciences, headquartered in Indianapolis, IN. Dow AgroSciences, a subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Co., is a leader in seeds and crop protection chemicals with more than $6 billion of sales in 120 countries and 8,000 employees.

“I look forward to working with the board and management team at Lindsay to build on the strong Lindsay brand and innovative products to provide new solutions to customers around the world,” said Hassinger.

Source: www.croplife.com