Found in Translation
This small business couldn’t get its technician licensed — until a Univar rep pulled out all the stops.
The Arrest-A-Pest team knew their Univar rep was resourceful, but they were still surprised when he brought in the Lieutenant Governor’s office to help them out.Read Article
Product of the Month
◆ Two modes of action provide quick knockdown and control of more than 90 pests
◆ Contains proprietary iCAP™ technology for extended residual control
◆ Can be used indoors and outdoors, and as a yard treatment for turf pests
◆ Controls fall spiders as part of the SecureChoice™ Spider Assurance Program
◆ PestPartners™ 365 customers** receive yearlong rebates on every purchaseView Promotion Details
With the recent addition of Indiana, ProTraining now provides technical training that earns CEUs in a total of 35 states.
Univar’s online training platform gives technicians, owners, and managers quick access to the core knowledge they need to drive business forward. In addition to CEU-earning technical courses, users can expand their skillsets with business, safety, and supplier-provided courses.
ProTraining manages transcript history on behalf of users, allowing long-term access to course history.
Indiana ProTraining users can now access a total of 16 technical ProTraining courses for CEUs. Available courses cover a wide variety of topics, including animal classification, labels, and rodent biology.
The expansion is part of Univar’s continual push to provide helpful industry insights and information for customers and businesses across the country.
The Business of Building Relationships
Ask Bill Menefee what initially drew him into the pest control industry, and the answer is simple.Read Article
Mr. Pest Control
I have had a couple of accounts with extensive California [southern] fire ant nests. I have been using a dual action liquid residual for most of my general pest control needs and applying a light mist three to five feet around the mounds, but I’m wondering if there may be a better solution with how large of an area these ants are infesting. Sometimes the majority of the mounds are on a neighboring property that I cannot treat directly.
I need to treat for spiders, but the customer is very chemical sensitive. What products would be best for this situation? We do use a web remover.