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P+L Systems Expands North American Team

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Donald Kaufman is now territory manager for the Midwest, while Scott Patterson becomes new business development executive.

| May 9, 2014

P+L Systems announced that Donald J Kaufman has now joined the North American sales team as territory manager for the Midwest.

Steve Jackson, general manager of the Americas, said, “Don brings a lot of experience of the professional pest market and is well-known by both distributors and PMPs. We feel that Don’s knowledge aligned with our innovative pest solutions will provide both distributors and PMPs with world leading technical sales and support”.

Prior to joining P+L Systems, Kaufman gained extensive experience of the pest control market as a third generation PMP owner before becoming Operations Manager with Orkin. He also currently serves as the president of the Greater Chicago Pest Management Association.

"I am extremely excited about the opportunity to be a part of P+L Systems’ plans for growth in the American market.  I believe that P+L Systems are leading the market in offering a range of unique pest control products, from Synergetic flylights to new pest control solutions that they are providing within the SX brand.”

The company has further strengthened its US team with a new recruit to the Princeton, NJ office. Scott Patterson joins as New Business Development Executive to offer sales support in the North East region. Scott joins with several years customer service and inside sales experience.

The company is also looking to make further additions to the technical sales support on the West coast in the near future.

To learn more visit www.pandlsystems.com.

 

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