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Pest Control and Public Health Expo Mexico 2011 Set for August

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The conference — which is a joint endeavor carried out by pest control professionals, representatives of academia, researchers, and other industry leaders — will take place Aug. 2-4, at the Centro Banamex in Mexico City.

| June 3, 2011

MEXICO CITY — Pest Control and Public Health Expo Mexico 2011 — a joint endeavor carried out by pest control professionals, representatives of academia, researchers, and other industry leaders — will take place Aug. 2-4, at the Centro Banamex in Mexico City.

The three-day conference offers current and updated information in pest control as well as educational sessions on global industry trends, including the launch of new specialized equipment and products. Highlights include:
• Sessions led by informative educational speakers
• An exhibit hall featuring leading product suppliers
• Networking opportunities with more than 1,400 attendees
• A commercial forum highlighting new products
• Photography contest
 
Speakers will include distributors; wholesale representatives of pest control products; food safety practitioners; researchers; and pest control product manufacturers.

Expected attendees will include manufacturers; distributors; wholesale representatives; consultants; and pest control professionals responsible for hygiene departments and industrial safety; and representatives from the purchasing departments of food and beverages companies.

To learn more about the conference visit www.expocontroldeplagas.org.mx.

For more information about this year’s venue visit www.centrobanamex.com/ or call 01 (55) 5268 2000.

Sponsors include Univar, BASF and A.M.Roma y Cia. S.A de C.V.
 

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