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The the new PestWeb Application is for the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone 7.

| June 24, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas — As part of an ongoing mission to provide Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) the information they need, when they need it, Univar Professional Products & Services is proud to announce the new PestWeb Application for iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone 7.

 “Technology is one of the essential tools Pest Management Professionals can use to maintain and grow their businesses,” said Karl Kisner, director of Marketing for Univar PP&S. “Univar is committed to ensuring that PestWeb is a valuable resource to the Pest Management Professional. As technology continues to evolve, so will PestWeb. Stay tuned for more in the coming months.”

 The new application allows pest management professionals to:

·    Get product promotions and updates from Univar

·    Obtain product information (Labels and Material Safety Data Sheets)

·    Seek advice from “Ask Mr. Pest Control”

·    Stay current on industry news and alerts

·    View product training videos

·    Take Master Technician courses

·    Identify pests and weeds (Pest & Weed ID)

·    Read and post classifieds

·    Find the closest Univar Pro Center

 The new PestWeb Application and a demonstration video are available at http://pestweb.com/apps/.

 

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