Double award for stud stock duo
Elders’ zone west stud stock duo, Tim Spicer and Nathan King have together been recognised in the Company’s One Elders Awards for their teamwork and commitment to clients.
Stud sheep manager, Tim Spicer and stud stock sales specialist, Nathan King have worked together for the last three years and service stud stock clients across the great southern region of Western Australia.
The pair continuously produce strong sales results for their clients, often achieving clearance rates above 90 percent. Mr Spicer and Mr King consistently promote their clients and the stud stock team using the latest technology and social trends in cost effective ways.
Elders’ zone livestock manager, Geoff Shipp says “Tim and Nathan are regarded as the most professional and committed livestock stud team in WA by their clients, our employees, non-clients, our competitors and industry groups.”
“Tim and Nathan have taken the responsibility of the WA stud stock business and introduced a level of professionalism and client engagement that many within the agency industry would aspire to,” he said.
Mr Shipp also explained that Mr Spicer and Mr King “are exceptionally well supported by the wider stud stock team, and their combined effort produces unsurpassed service to clients.”
In a competitive market, Mr Spicer and Mr King continued to bring in new clients and have led the way for the stud stock teams in Elders to work together, share information and support each other during the year.
All recipients of Elders’ monthly national awards are invited to attend the annual One Elders Awards dinner held by the Elders Board next month in Adelaide and will be eligible to win the overall award for 2016.