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Univar PP&S Becomes Univar Environmental Sciences

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Univar Professional Products and Services (PP&S) has changed its name to Univar Environmental Sciences.

| June 1, 2012

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar Inc., a world leader in chemical distribution, announced that its Professional Products and Services (PP&S) division has changed its name to Univar Environmental Sciences, effectively immediately.  While the name has changed, the mission of Univar Environmental Sciences remains the same: to aid public health and pest management professionals in protecting their customers’ communities, homes and lives, helping keep them disease and pest free.  With a charge to remain the industry’s go-to source for unparalleled products and service, Univar continues to provide the latest in products, technology and educational resources.

This name change reflects Univar’s continued passion for and commitment to client satisfaction and its sharpened focus on the markets that offer environmental aciences products.

“Our name change to Univar Environmental Sciences allows us to better convey our position in the marketplace and helps our customers better understand the markets we serve,” says Karl Kisner, director of Marketing, Univar Environmental Sciences.  “The new name also allows for greater clarification of our role as a division of Univar as we continue our global growth so our customers can recognize the Univar business that will assist them.”

Univar Environmental Sciences has also adjusted its website URL to match its new name, www.univares.com.  Visitors to the previous website will be redirected to the updated address.

 

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