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PestWeb Introduces New Free iPhone App

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As part Univar’s ongoing evolution in providing PMPs the info they need, when they need it — on the go — the distributor has introduced the new PestWeb App for iPhone.

| October 4, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas — As part Univar’s ongoing evolution in providing PMPs the info they need, when they need it — on the go —  the distributor has introduced the new PestWeb App for iPhone.

After a quick, free download from the AppStore, PMPs will have the power of PestWeb in the palm of their hands, allowing them to:
•Get product promotions and updates from Univar
•Obtain product information (Labels & MSDS)
•Seek advice from “Ask Mr. Pest Control”
•Stay current on industry news & alerts
•View product training videos
•Take Master Technician courses
•Identify pests & weeds (Pest & Weed ID)
•Read and post classifieds
•Find your closest Univar Pro Center

To learn more visit http://www.pestweb.com/iphone/

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