Head of Global Cold Chain Alliance to join agriculture industry group
Dec. 13, 2019
By Walt Williams
Corey Rosenbusch has been named CEO of The Fertilizer Institute, effective Feb. 6. He succeeds Chris Jahn, who left the $9.2 million-revenue group to become CEO of the American Chemistry Council in October.
Rosenbusch currently is CEO of the $7.3 million-revenue Global Cold Chain Alliance. He was promoted to the position in 2014 after having previously been president and COO of the Alexandria, Va.-based association.
Before joining GCCA, he was director of a Texas A&M University cold chain development project in Indonesia.
“Corey’s strategic and entrepreneurial mindset will be a tremendous asset to TFI as it advocates for the safe, secure and sustainable production, distribution and use of all plant nutrition products,” TFI Chairman Tony Will said in a statement.