Agri-tech company HarvestEye appoints global aftermarket expert as new general manager

Crop insights tool HarvestEye has announced the appointment of Harry Tinson as its new general manager, bringing to the team expertise in global B2B sales from across the engineering and transport sectors.

Harry has several years of experience in global aftermarket sales and marketing, having overseen JCB’s international network of 750 aftermarket dealers, where he gained an initial insight into agri-tech and farming machinery sales. He later moved within the Bamford group to Wrightbus’ fleet support service offering AllServiceOne, as sales director for parts and services, where he led on strategic development of global aftermarket sales and operations.

At HarvestEye, Harry will be responsible for ensuring that the business continues to innovate its harvest insights technology, enhance grower experience and expand the company’s presence in both domestic and international markets to drive revenue.

Fitting to harvesting or grading equipment, HarvestEye is a cost-effective method that delivers whole-field visibility on the size, shape and variability of crops as they are lifted.

Harry said: “HarvestEye is dedicated to advancing the agri-tech sector and, following a tremendous six years since the company launched, I can see it has phenomenal potential to accelerate its growth even further. As a younger business with global ambitions, I’m excited to take on the challenge to scale operations, bringing in my sales expertise to this talented team, as we look to establish HarvestEye as the industry leader for crop insights systems worldwide."

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