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Univar Announces PestWeb Live Chat

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PestWeb Live Chat adds a new dimension of information accessibility for PMPs who have questions about pest control products, insects, weeds, or Univar’s services.

| June 13, 2012

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar Environmental Sciences, a leading distributor of specialty products, announces the launch of PestWeb Live Chat.

PestWeb, www.pestweb.com, is a leading industry resource and the PestWeb Live Chat adds a new dimension of information accessibility for PMPs who have questions about pest control products, insects, weeds, or Univar’s services. Through the Live Chat function, Univar customer service representatives are online Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm EST (5:30 am to 4:00 pm PST) ready to assist PMPs with their questions.

“Univar Environmental Sciences has always been on the leading edge of supplying innovative tools to our customers,” said Karl Kisner, director of marketing. “We’re pleased to add this new tool to PestWeb so that customers can reach us through their preferred manner – in person, over the phone, and now online.”

Univar customers can access the new Live Chat feature via the Live Chat button found on PestWeb.

 

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