We are proud to announce the launch of the new logo as part of the ongoing evolution of CPDA.                        

CPDA has gone through significant changes in the last year as our association has grown and evolved with a focus on advocacy and transparency.  The delivery of prompt communication of current issues is important to both existing and potential members. The utilization of recent webinars to provide education regarding the importance of quality adjuvants and their proper usage has been met with great success. With the commitment members make in joining CPDA, the desire is to provide an active and effective association in promoting the mission and goals of our members.

We believed it was time for a change which includes incorporating a strategic plan for cohesive branding.  We have refreshed the CPDA logo to reflect who we are today and to symbolize our future.

After careful consideration, we chose a new logo that reflects a more modern look and captures CPDA’s mission to express quality, reliability, and integrity. The re-branding of the logo symbolizes “Agrotechnology” with an up-to-date design element.  The new modernized CPDA logo has a gradient of green and blue colors and provides a more minimalist look.

The task in the upcoming months will be to update all CPDA materials, website, etc. with the new logo and branding.  We will be soon launching other marketing initiatives supporting our members and the new value of our agricultural products.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

These changes are the ongoing efforts of the CPDA Membership Committee & Rebranding Working Group including: Arthur Bass, Chemorse; Brad Swillen, Ethox Chemicals; Tim Dlabaj, Helena Agri-Enterprises; David Bower; Brandt Consolidated; Terry Abbott, Wilbur-Ellis Agribusiness; Jim Reiss, Precision Laboratories;  Bill Smith, Helena Agri-Enterprises; Joe Gednalske, CPDA; and Carrie Haakana, CPDA.  The group has been guiding the association to add greater value to our CPDA members.

Thank you!

Gary Halvorson, CPDA President