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P+L Systems Restructures its North American Market

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TNC will be responsible for managing all sales and product support functions and will be led by Chris Bowley a 30 year plus veteran of the pest management industry in both North America and Europe.

| March 3, 2011

P+L Systems, a manufacturer of flying insect and bird control solutions, commercial washroom hygiene products and systems, announced a new product sales and support partner for North American markets.

Effective March 1, P+L Systems products will be represented by TNC, an independent consulting and service company based in New Jersey.

TNC will be responsible for managing all sales and product support functions and will be led by Chris Bowley a 30 year plus veteran of the pest management industry in both North America and Europe.

“We are delighted to make this announcement” said Peter Mangion, managing director of P+L Systems®. “Our flying insect control brand is the European leader, recognized for leading products and consumables.  We believe that the innovations and quality that go into our products have allowed us to establish a foundational foot hold in North America, however strong sales and service support is essential if we wish to take the business to the next step. The reputation and experience possessed by Chris Bowley and TNC are, in my opinion, precisely what we need to reach our ambitious growth goals.”

P+L Systems® have recently completed a number of high profile acquisitions in the pest control industry, including the Synergetic® flying insect control brand and Network™, Europe’s leading bird control brand.

For more information regarding P+L Systems products in the USA, Canada and Caribbean regions contact TNC at (877) 928-2847 or via email at chris.pandl@mail.com
 

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