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Exosect Launches Exosex SPTab

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Exosex SPTab, a pheromone product for stored product moth control, will be exclusively distributed in Spain by Comercial Química Massó.

| February 23, 2012

WINCHESTER, United Kingdom —Exosect has announced that Exosex SPTab was launched in Spain by Comercial Química Massó.  The launch took place at Expocida, the key pest control conference and exhibition in Spain.

Exosex SPTab, a pheromone product for stored product moth control, will be exclusively distributed in Spain by Comercial Química Massó, a market leader in specialty chemicals for a range of industries including agriculture and pest control.

Michael Niven, Exosect’s key account manager, said, “We have been working with Masso for well over a year and having recently obtained the Spanish registration for use in post-harvest storage and food production, we are absolutely delighted to be launching here at Expocida.”

 

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