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Orkin Expands into Iraq, Trinidad and Tobago

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The new international franchises are in Erbil, Iraq and Trinidad and Tobago.

| September 10, 2013

ATLANTA — Rollins Inc., announced that the company, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Orkin, has established two international franchises: one in Erbil, Iraq and one in Trinidad and Tobago.

Both Orkin Erbil and Orkin Trinidad and Tobago will offer commercial and residential pest control and termite control services.

"Orkin continues to expand internationally," said Tom Luczynski, group vice president of Orkin international development and franchising. "We are pleased to expand our presence in the Middle East and the Caribbean and to bring Orkin's quality services to the customers in Erbil and Trinidad."

The owners of both locations will travel to Atlanta, Orkin's U.S. headquarters, for initial training at the company's training center later this year.

 

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