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New Kiosks and Information Centers Coming to Univar's ProCenters

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To improve the customer shopping experience, many ProCenters across the country will start to be outfitted with the new information centers and touchscreen kiosks, beginning this month.

| June 10, 2014

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar Environmental Sciences announced the arrival of new kiosks and information centers coming to its ProCenters.

To improve the customer shopping experience, many ProCenters across the country will start to be outfitted with the new information centers and touchscreen kiosks, beginning this month.

PMPs will have in-store access to exclusive monthly promotions, product information, Premier Services, print-ready labels and SDSs, and PestWeb.com, all at their fingertips.

“We want to maximize the experience and time PMPs spend at our ProCenters, so investing in these kiosks and information centers was essential. Keeping up with the latest information is key to maintaining and growing their businesses,” said Karl J. Kisner, vice president of marketing, Environmental Sciences & Agriculture. “And we’re able to educate and inform our customers by utilizing the latest in touchscreen technology.”

The rollout of the new kiosks and information centers to 54 ProCenter locations is scheduled to be completed by the end of June.
 

 

 

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