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5 ways to get the most out of your ProCenter
Even if you’ve shopped at a Univar ProCenter before, you could have easily missed some of the big features that separate us from other stores. PMPs who discover and leverage these benefits get a lot more than a shopping trip when they visit our locations. So we’ve compiled a list of 5 ways your local ProCenter can help you drive business every day.Read Article
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When it comes to managing pests, autumn isn’t always the busiest time of year. But October is still a major milestone month for the industry, thanks to PestWorld.
What’s more, the NPMA is taking PestWorld to a new location this year: the Washington Convention Center in Seattle. It’s an exciting location, perfect for drumming up industry discussion of important topics like technician pride, strategic business development, and nonprofit initiatives.
As part of our commitment to PMPs nationwide, Univar always has a big presence at PestWorld. But 2016 marks an important achievement for us that we’re proud to celebrate: the 20th anniversary of PestWeb.com! And what better way to celebrate than with cake, cupcakes, and cookies!
We hope, whether you’re able to attend PestWorld or not, that you’re tuned in to the industry trends and buzz that are sure to surround the event. And if you will be in Seattle, stop by Univar booth #609 — assuming you’re not too busy sampling local coffee.
Success, the Old Fashioned Way
When you ask Rob Seeger, President of RJS Pest Management, what the secret to building a successful company is, you’ll get a simple answer.Read Article
Mr. Pest Control
When trapping or applying rodenticides in a void that is totally dark, does adding some illumination enhance the process? Will rats find and interact with the traps better if there is some light compared to using only their whiskers and body hairs to explore the dark environment?
How should a PMP deal with the need to move appliances in a home in order to inspect, place traps, close holes, etc.? On one hand, we want to solve our customer’s problems causing them the least amount of stress. On the other hand, we don’t want to be liable for appliance damage or injuries sustained in the process.