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Envincio Relocates Headquarters to Spartanburg, S.C.

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The company has consolidated operations and relocated to Spartanburg, S.C., to further streamline its operations.

| March 28, 2012

Envincio, a manufacturer of pest control products, has consolidated operations and relocated to Spartanburg, S.C. Formerly known as Prentiss, Envincio develops, manufactures and markets organic and synthetic pest control products used by professional pest control operators.

“This is an important and strategic move for us as it allows everyone from management to marketing to manufacturing to be a close-knit unit.” says Jeff Ziehmer, executive vice president and general manager. “We’ll have everything in one location to further streamline the advances we’ve already made.”

Envincio is realigning its infrastructure to support the development and marketing of new solutions for pest control needs. The company continues to expand its Essentria FIFRA 25(b) exempt insecticides and the EPA-registered botanical insecticide brand family, Envi. Company initiatives also include building on the strength of their pyrethrum-based Elite brand and broadening their reach in the vector market with their portfolio of piperonyl butoxide-based products.

Envincio’s headquarters is located at 2155 West Croft Circle Spartanburg, SC 29302. The company will continue to operate a research and manufacturing facility in Sandersville, Georgia.

 

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