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Liphatech Announces Significant Packaging Changes for Key Rodenticides

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FirstStrike, Generation, and Maki are now available in easy-to-manage quantities for pest management professionals.

| March 19, 2012

MILWAUKEE — Liphatech announced the availability of three of its rodenticides — FirstStrike, Generation, and Maki — in easy-to-manage quantities for pest management professionals.

Liphatech continues to invest in the development of new products and improved services for the rodent control market. Smaller and more lightweight cases allow for easier handling for the PMPs.

Currently, two 8 lb. pails per case are available for all three products.  This will allow PMPs the convenience of smaller pails without having to buy over 30 lbs. of product at once.  

“We pride ourselves on listening to the needs of our PMPs and developing rodenticide solutions accordingly,” said Ray Finke, business director – pest management division, Liphatech.  “Having a new size available for our key rodenticides  increases ease of use and proper handling for our PMPs which helps them in servicing their accounts more efficiently.”

FirstStrike, Generation, and Maki will continue to be available in the 16, 20 & 20 pound pails, respectively.  Liphatech’s newest soft bait, Resolv, is already available in two 8 lb. pails as well as 16 lbs.

 

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