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Ask a random PMP what kind of products you can pick up at Univar, and they’d probably say “pretty much anything.”Read Article
Product of the Month
- Dual mode of action attacks two target sites
- Kills pyrethroid-resistant bed bugs and their eggs
- Foaming action for optimized surface contact
- For use on mattress tufts, wood furniture and carpet
This month, PCT rolls out its annual Top 100 list — an industry-exclusive overview of North America’s top-grossing pest control businesses. Many big players wait for this moment all year to see who’s “made the list” this year, especially if their company happens to be in the running.
Their excitement isn’t just limited to a printed list, either. PCT uses this unveiling as an opportunity to host an incredible industry event. Named (you guessed it) the Top 100 Event, it’s an important meet up for pest control’s biggest names. This year’s celebration takes place June 15-16 in beautiful San Diego, CA.
We at Univar are also excited about the Top 100 Event — so much so that we’ve sponsored it several years in a row.
Part of that sponsorship represents our commitment to aiming high. We’re always working to help propel PMPs up the ranks and reach higher benchmarks and honors.
That said, achievement isn’t limited to the Top 100. We recognize that not every PMP is looking to compete on a national level. Instead, your company might be hoping to become the best within a particular niche, or conquer your local region. Perhaps you’d like to stand out for customer service or fast response time. “Making the list” looks different to every single PMP out there.
Whatever list you’re aiming for, Univar is ready with the products and resources you need to drive business. How can we help you reach your goals? Just drop us a line to find out… or if you happen to be in San Diego, we’ll see you there!
Investing in the Industry
“Bed bugs.” Aaron Ogburn, VP and CEO at Regions Pest, answered us directly when asked for his favorite pest. But why bed bugs in particular?Read Article
Mr. Pest Control
I have an idea to apply salt to standing water outside of a granary, as it would be easier and more cost effective than doing the dirty work necessary for better runoff at this point. My hope is that the salt water will not be used by the rodents, which will further my success with liquid bait stations. What do you think?
Tell me about drug store beetles: habits, life cycle, food sources and so on.