Rob Swieter Joins ServiTech as Territory Leader

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ServiTech, Inc., announced Rob Swieter as its new Iowa Territory Lead. In addition to serving customers and providing excellent service for which ServiTech is known, Swieter will focus on leading the Crop Services team and work as the business leader for the territory. Iowa is a critical territory for ServiTech and its customers’ success, providing crop consulting, soil sampling and digital ag solutions that benefits growers and ag retailers of all sizes in the region.
“ServiTech is pleased to add Rob to our team as our Iowa Territory Leader,” said Greg Ruehle, President and CEO of ServiTech, Inc. “He has an extensive background in precision agriculture, as well as team leadership and customer relations skills that will help us effectively lead agronomy services for the region that will better serve our customers and employees.”
Swieter is very passionate about utilizing the latest science and technology to make agriculture more profitable, efficient and sustainable. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy from Iowa State University. Additionally, he is certified with the American Society of Agronomy as a Certified Crop Adviser, 4R Nutrient Management Specialist and a Precision Agriculture Specialist. Previous to joining the ServiTech team, he was a Digital Agronomist at FluroSat.

Sweiter resides near Ames, Iowa with his family, and is a member of the National Guard Reserve.  


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