BioSafe Systems announces organizational changes

The company promotes Jeff Kline and Eric Smith and hires Maxwell Gilley.

January 24, 2019

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From Left to Right: Jeff Kline, Eric Smith and Maxwell Gilley.

BioSafe Systems announced the promotions of Jeff Kline from market segment manager to vice president of sales for agriculture and professional products, and Eric Smith to east coast sales manager for turf & ornamental markets.

“Jeff has been a valuable part of our business over the past 10 years,” says Rob Larose, CEO and president of BioSafe Systems. “We are expecting him to help BioSafe Systems continue to grow in the next 10 years.”

In this new role, Kline will be responsible for strategic planning and marketing.

“I am excited to work with our team and partners to continue providing high-quality products that protect our customer’s brand,” Kline says. “I am honored to be a part of this great company and look forward to many more years of positive impact within our core markets.”

Kline has been working with the company since early 2007.

Eric Smith has successfully grown his territory, gained product knowledge and built strong relationships with BioSafe’s distribution networks. Smith will work with the team to promote and support sustainable solutions in turf and greenhouse/nursery industries.

“Eric has been an integral part of our growth,” Kline says. “I look forward to him leading the East Coast T&O team to new heights.”

BioSafe Systems also announced that Maxwell Gilley, who started his career with BioSafe Systems in January 2019, will be the new technical sales representative for turf & ornamentals in California.

Prior to joining BioSafe Systems, Gilley worked for two years as a product development scientist.