Sun Pacific Welcomes Brian Autenrieth as Director of Export Sales and Promotes Chris Srisinthorn to Export Sales Manager
PASADENA, CA - It’s the season of importing and exporting citrus, and as a means to continue to bolster its 30-plus years of global exporting experience and continue to build its overseas relationships, Sun Pacific is expanding its export sales team. Specifically, Sun Pacific has added Brian Autenrieth as Director of Export Sales to its team and promoted Chris Srisinthorn to Export Sales Manager.
“Sun Pacific citrus, kiwi, and grapes continue to grow in brand equity and popularity worldwide,” said President Barney Evans. “We are the largest independent grower/packer/shipper of citrus in the Unites States, and our export program has thrived based on high levels of both quality and service. With the addition of Brian and the promotion of Chris, our export program will expand our portfolio to include our new Air Chief proprietary grape varieties and exploration of exporting our organic grapes to Asia. Our new export team has the knowledge, training, and relationships to deliver superior customer service to all our trading partners overseas.”
Hailing from a family with three-generations in fresh fruit exports, Autenrieth is returning to the Sun Pacific team after a brief stint with a startup air freight forwarding company. As he returns to Sun Pacific, he is reconnecting with the export customers he formed good relationships with a few years ago.
Srisinthorn has been with Sun Pacific for 12 years as the Operations Manager for Sales, and in his new position will work closely with Autenrieth on the logistics side of the program, managing day-to-day operations, maximizing shipping containers to meet customer’s needs, and working with the company’s partners to promote Air Chief®, PureSpect®, and Vintage Sweet® labels, according to a press release.
Congratulations to Brian Autenrieth and Chris Srisinthorn on their new positions! For more of the latest happenings throughout our industry, keep reading AndNowUKnow.