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Callahan Joins P+L Systems

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Patrick Callahan is now the senior territory manager for the southern United States, P+L announced.

| January 14, 2013

Patrick Callahan. Photo courtesy of P+L Systems.

 

GLEN GARDNER, N.J. - P+L Systems announced that Patrick Callahan has joined the North American sales team as senior territory manager for the southern United States. 
 
 “Pat brings a lot of experience of the professional pest market with him and is well-known and trusted by both distributors and PMPs. He brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to our team and we look forward to his sales efforts," said Steve Jackson, general manager of the Americas, P+L Systems.
 
Prior to joining P+L Systems, Patrick gained experience of the pest control markets at both Cheminova and Roussel Bio Corporation (now Bayer Environmental Sciences) before becoming the first president of Speckoz, a distributor co-operative in the U.S. pest control market. In recent years, Patrick led the C3 Group, offering project based sales, marketing and training to pest management companies. 
 
"I am extremely excited about the opportunity to be a part of P+L Systems’ plans for growth in the American market," Callahan said. "I first saw the new Synergetic flylights on display at PestWorld in Boston back in October 2012 and was I attracted, like many others, by the glowing green Synergetic bulbs and the contemporary sleek flylight designs. I believe that P+L Systems are offering a range of unique products. With so many new developments I am thrilled to be part of this growth opportunity.” 
 
The company plans to further strengthen its US team in the near future, to support both new and existing customers, alongside further exciting new product developments planned for later in the year, P+L said.
 
To learn more visit pandlsystems.com.
 

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