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New Copesan Partners in Canada Announced

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Copesan Services announced its regional service providers servicing Copesan’s national clients in Canada. Copesan recently announced that it was ending its business relationship with Abell Pest Control and is in the process of transitioning Abell’s Copesan accounts to these Partners.

| April 5, 2011

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. – Copesan Services introduced its regional service providers servicing Copesan’s national clients in Canada. Copesan recently announced that it was ending its business relationship with Abell Pest Control and is in the process of transitioning Abell’s Copesan accounts to these Partners.

Braemar Pest Control
Braemer is the oldest and largest Canadian-owned pest management company in Atlantic Canada founded in 1962. Headquartered in Bedford, Nova Scotia, Braemar has three locations in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and has been a Copesan Partner since 2007.

CARE Pest and Wildlife
Based in Burnaby, British Columbia, CARE Pest was founded in 2000 and has experience providing exceptional pest management services to clients in commercial locations, residential dwelling places and industrial sites. CARE became a Copesan Partner in 2011.

Groupe Cameron
Headquartered in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Groupe Cameron has been providing peace of mind and protecting both commercial and residential locations since 1956. Groupe Cameron has been a Copesan Partner since 2009.

Poulin's Pest Control
Founded in 1946, Poulin’s Pest Control has a long history of providing comprehensive pest management solutions in a large geographic area including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia. Recently recognized for making Alberta the only rat-free province in Canada, Poulin’s is ISO certified and a member of many national and international pest management industry organizations. Poulin’s became a Copesan Partner in 2007.

Reliable Pest Control
Reliable Pest Control is a family-owned and operated company providing comprehensive pest management services since 1938. Based in Pickering, Ontario, Canada, with additional locations in Ontario, they are known for superior customer service and prompt solutions. Reliable became a Copesan Partner in 2008.

“These service providers are committed to providing Copesan’s high-touch account management; RapidTrax® electronic reporting capabilities and client tools; ongoing service performance measurement; and quality pest management,” stated Deni Naumann, Copesan’s President.  “We are delighted to have these established companies servicing our national clients.”
 

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