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Senninger Welcomes New Area Manager for Australasia


Senninger is proud to announce the recent hire of Martin Porter, who joins the International Department as Senninger’s new area manager for Australasia. Porter’s hiring reinforces the company’s appreciation and continued commitment to the territories in Australasia by providing a better support to their growing irrigation market segments.

Porter holds a certificate in Business and Administration from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. He’s been in the irrigation industry for more than 25 years and has great experience in the overhead irrigation market in Australia, New Zealand, and South East Asia.

Porter resides in Australia and can be reached for product inquiries, technical support, and event questions via email at [email protected], via Skype at martin.porter70, or via phone at +61 (0) 421-880860.

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