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Univar Announces Redesign of UnivarPPS.com

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Univar Professional Products & Services announces the redesign of its UnivarPPS.com website.

| October 18, 2010

 AUSTIN, Texas — Univar Professional Products & Services announces the redesign of its UnivarPPS.com website. The site details Univar’s resources in the structural pest control; public health; turf & ornamental; food processing, hay production; animal health; and post harvest industries across Univar’s global network.

The newly redesigned website gives customers a complete view of all the countries and industries Univar PP&S serves.  Whether it is a public health professional in Mexico, a Pest Control product dealer in the Caribbean or a Food Processing Plant Operator in the U.S., the new website provides easy access to the products and resources professionals need to succeed.  Industry product catalogs and information can be quickly located.  In addition, customers have access to resources such as Master Technician training, weed and Pest Id and links to place orders via EZ-Order.   For visitors that still have questions, the newly updated site provides phone numbers and addresses to the closest Univar representative or location.  For more information visit www.univarpps.com.
 

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