Meet the multitasking team
LaserAg was developed by LogiAg, a service and technology firm based in Chateauguay, Quebec. Founded in 1999 and consisting of a team of 40 employees, LogiAg is owned and operated by Charles and Jacques Nault. The CEO is Charles Nault, Eng., MBA. Charles, 48, is an experienced and skilled general manager and president. Jacques Nault, Agr.,MSc., 58, is an agronomist and a certified crop advisor in the U.S. and Canada.
Jacques Nault has a BSc. and a MSc. from the Macdonald Campus of McGill University. He started off his agronomic career in 1984. Between 1984 and 1999 he participated in various research relating to soil management and best management practices, wrote technical guides pertaining to soil fertilization and erosion control, and worked as a consultant with farmers. In 1999 he co-founded LogiAg, where he supervises field technical services and is in charge of business development. Between 2004 and 2014 he was also the general manager of a U.S. consulting firm that he partly owned.
Engineer Charles Nault is LogiAg’s president and general manager. He holds an MBA and an engineering degree from Université de Sherbrooke. After 5 years working in a manufacturing plant, he co-founded LogiAg, where his functions included firm management and strategic planning and development.
Yassine obtained a national agricultural engineering degree in Tunisia in 2001. He worked in Tunisia as technical manager in several large farms and then as a manager in a French food distribution chain in the food department, which included agricultural products. In Quebec, Yassine held positions as agronomist, farm adviser, and coordinator of drainage basins. Yassine has been a member of the Order of Agronomists of Quebec since 2012, and he is currently being admitted to the Order of Engineers of Quebec. Following the completion of his master’s project, which consisted of studying the effect of NMP on water quality in rivers with Logiag, Yassine joined the team in 2014 as an environmental projects adviser. He deals primarily with requests for authorization certificates, opinions on projects, requests for information from the Ministry of Environment, and various requests from Logiag partners.