Dennis Organ has joined BinSentry, an Ontario, Canada-based agtech start-up, as the chair of its board of directors.
Organ is a food executive who has spent the majority of his career in executive leadership positions, most recently as CEO of Smithfield Foods Inc.
Having headed up the global operations of the world’s largest pork processor, his vast experience in supply chain management and optimization makes him a significant contributor to the BinSentry team, said the Canadian company.
“This is a huge vote of confidence in what BinSentry is building,” says BinSentry CEO and co-founder Randall Schwartzentruber. “Dennis’ wealth of experience and depth of industry expertise will be a huge asset to BinSentry moving forward. His belief in our mission to automate the feed supply chain equips BinSentry with another strong advocate as we strive to build the “Mill of the Future,” enabling feed mills, livestock producers, and nutritionists to operate more sustainably, efficiently, and profitably via the integration of emerging technologies.”
The agtech firm has recently launched BinSentry Horizon. The software is aimed at helping feed mills and their customers view, track, place, and manage all their feed orders in a one-single platform to be more proactive and responsive to customers’ needs and improve, as a result, overall efficiency and profitability.