New Appointment for Elena Frangeul Baron

Elena Oat ServicesOat Services Ltd., a leading research and development company specialising in advancing oat technology, is proud to announce and welcome Elena Frangeul Baron as the Assistant Sales and Logistics Administrator. Elena joins the company after completing her Master’s degree in ‘International Trade and Marketing’, including a placement gaining experience as an Export Sales Coordinator for a leading healthcare company. In her new role, Elena will play an integral part in supporting the Sales team by providing quotations and logistical support, together with administering the quality system and general office responsibilities.

With an expanding ingredient portfolio and a growing customer and distributor base – Cark Maunsell, MD, believes the role is crucial to continue the high standard and service demanded by our customers.

Oat Services has grown considerably during the past year, expanding ingredient and distributor numbers mean that we must work harder and smarter to ensure our customers are satisfied and well supported.’  Cark explained. ‘We are very excited to welcome Elena to our team at Oat Services. As a talented multi-lingual business graduate she has the skills to excel in this global industry.’

When asked about her appointment, Elena commented:

‘I am looking forward to my new role and responsibilities at Oat Services. Interest in Oat ingredients is at an all-time high so these are exciting times. I understand that the challenge ahead is a big one but one that I am ready for.’

Elena is keen to talk about Oat Services’ products- including Oat COM, Oat Lipid and the newly launched Virgin Poppy Seed Oil, as well as further business opportunities and will be on the Oat Cosmetics stand (LL01) at the upcoming In Cosmetics Global event in London this April.

To find out more about the whole Oat team visit us on the Oat Services Ltd. website.

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