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Univar Environmental Sciences Launches PestWeb.ca

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The company has launched a new version of PestWeb for the Canadian pest control market.

| January 14, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas - Univar Environmental Sciences, a distributor of speciality products, announced the launch of PestWeb.ca, Canada's version of the U.S. pest management industry's resource, PestWeb. 

The launch of PestWeb.ca will provide Canadian pest management professionals with a Canada-specific site that offers access to innovative tools and resources, according to Univar. Features on the site include industry news, events and information, as well as product information and promotions. The site also offers a translation feature for French-speaking customers, Univar said.

"Customers in Canada have told us they want more information, so we developed PestWeb.ca specific to their needs," said Karl J. Kisner, vice president of marketing. "We're pleased to expand our services and resources to better support Canadian customers."

Visit PestWeb.ca for more information. 

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