Will MacMurdo tapped to lead Bayer's U.S. T&O business

Will MacMurdo tapped to lead Bayer's U.S. T&O business

MacMurdo has led many parts of Bayer's Environmental Science business around the world.

April 27, 2018
Edited by Matt McClellan
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Environmental Science, a business unit of the Crop Science division of Bayer, announced that Will MacMurdo has been appointed head of the U.S. Turf and Ornamentals business. In this role, MacMurdo will lead strategic planning and commercial operations for the Turf and Ornamentals business, advancing the goal of providing industry-leading solutions and trusted agronomic advice to fuel success for customers in the golf course management, lawn and landscape, and production ornamentals markets.

“We are thrilled to welcome Will into this new leadership role on our Turf and Ornamentals business,” said Mark Schneid, head of Environmental Science North America. “Having led many parts of our Environmental Science business around the world, Will brings a perfect combination of deep knowledge of the green industry, a thorough understanding of the customers we serve, and the seasoned people and business management skills to lead our team in exceeding expectations.”

MacMurdo was most recently director of Environmental Science Canada. With Bayer, he has also held leadership roles with Environmental Science in Australia, France and Canada. Prior to Bayer, MacMurdo held key leadership roles with Aventis and Rhône-Poulenc Canada Inc. MacMurdo holds a Bachelor of Science from Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture.

“The opportunity to head up the U.S. Turf and Ornamentals business has always been an aspiration,” MacMurdo said. “My career path over the last 25 years in Canada and Australia has given me the experience to lead a great team here in the U.S. As we maintain and grow our best-in-class innovations, it’s also important we stay focused and committed to serving as a thought leader in our industry. This focus will be critical for us to shape future opportunities.”

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