Seven Seas welcomes Brent Young to California team

Seven Seas has added Brent Young as manager of sales in the Seven Seas - Visalia, CA, office.Brent-Young

“I am excited about the opportunity to join a premier citrus grower such as Seven Seas. The outstanding quality and service they provide to customers, coupled with their long-standing partnerships with growers, makes this a knockout company. I look forward to contributing to the continued expansion of the California citrus program,” said Young.

Born and raised in Visalia, Young was immersed into the heart of the citrus growing region, where his passion for our industry was planted. He is a graduate of California Polytechnic State University, and has since built a 20-year career, armed with a range of experience that will propel the Seven Seas team forward. Young has a proven track record in the grower/shipper segment that is enhanced by his expertise in implementing commodity and logistics solutions for domestic and international accounts.

Brent Scattini, vice president of West Coast, is looking forward to the contributions Young will bring to the California team, saying, “We are excited about Brent joining our team. In an effort to support our growth initiatives, we feel Brent’s past experience, tenacity, and proven sales skills will be valuable assets as we embark towards an even stronger presence in the citrus industry. With the right team in place, from the field to the sales desk, we can continue to provide our customer base, and future customers, with the product line, quality, and service they rely on from Seven Seas.”

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