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Duininck, Inc. of Prinsburg names Pinney president, CEO

PRINSBURG -- Duininck, Inc. of Prinsburg announced today that Steve Pinney has been named president and CEO of Duininck-MN division. Before joining Duininck, Inc., Pinney spent 28 years with Cargill, an international producer and marketer of food...

Steve Pinney

PRINSBURG -- Duininck, Inc. of Prinsburg announced today that Steve Pinney has been named president and CEO of Duininck-MN division.

Before joining Duininck, Inc., Pinney spent 28 years with Cargill, an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. He rose through the ranks in various engineering, operations management and executive roles across the country.

"This is a very exciting time for our family business and our employees as we position our company for continued growth and expansion in the coming years," said Harris Duininck, who has successfully led Duininck-MN for the last several decades, in welcoming Pinney to the organization.

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