Scott Hodgins joins Plant Products Inc

Plant Products Inc has announced the addition of Scott Hodgins in the newly created role of outdoor horticulture and special projects manager. He brings more than 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and technology development in crop protection.


“Plant Products is a family-owned business with an established strength in greenhouse production and golf and commercial turf,” says Hodgins. “My primary focus will be helping our supplier partners to bring new products to the outdoor fruit and vegetable markets.”


The company is headquartered in Leamington, Ontario with offices/warehouses in Ancaster, Ontario and Laval, Quebec.



Source:  Plant Products Inc December 3, 2019 news release

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