Krka Starts 2022 With New Senior Account Manager
Seasoned animal health professional Scott Perrie has joined Krka as Senior Account Manager for Scotland and Northern Ireland. In this role, he will strengthen Krka’s partnerships with veterinary practices and other animal health businesses to expand sales of the company’s suite of products for farm and companion animals. Mr Perrie has worked in the animal health sector for 13 years and has been based in Scotland for most of that time.
Commenting, he said: “I look forward to using my extensive animal health experience and strong relationships in the region to further introduce veterinary practices to Krka and its portfolio of added value, tried and trusted generic medicines”.
Will Ridgway, National Sales Manager at Krka, added: “Reliability and affordability are hallmarks of Krka’s product range, making them the smart alternative in many cases. Scott is a familiar face in the animal health sector in Scotland and Northern Ireland and will be a great ambassador for Krka. We’re delighted to welcome him.”
Krka UK Ltd is currently the fastest growing animal health company in the UK (source: Kynetec UK Vet Data Sept 2021). A subsidiary of Slovenia-based Krka, d. d. Novo Mesto; the Animal Health product portfolio consists of high-quality generic pharmaceuticals for both companion animal and food producing animals covering parasite control, antibiotics and pain relief. The rapidly expanding portfolio includes Milprazon and Prinocate ranges, for parasite prevention and treatment in cats and dogs, and Tolracol for coccidiosis management in cows and sheep.
For further information:
Rebecca George, George PR
Tel: 01449 737281/07974 161108
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