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Allergy Technologies Expands Distribution

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Target Specialty Products will now carry ActiveGuard mattress liners.

| April 29, 2013

AMBLER, Pennsylvania – Allergy Technologies announced that it has expanded the availability of its ActiveGuard Mattress Liners within Target Specialty Products.

 
As a result of Target Specialty Products combining its business with Ehrlich Distribution, ActiveGuard has now significantly broadened its availability to pest management professionals.  Target Specialty, a major distributor of products and equipment to the professional pest control market throughout the western and central United States, now coupled with Ehrlich allows ActiveGuard to have a nationwide footprint.  All Ehrlich and Target distribution centers will be operating under the name Target Specialty Products.
 
“We are pleased to be able to give Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) a greater opportunity to utilize ActiveGuard through our distribution agreement with Target Specialty Products,” said Joseph Latino, chief operating officer for Allergy Technologies. “This expands the product’s visibility to a new group of PMPs and lays additional groundwork for Allergy Technologies’ steady growth in the pest control industry for 2013.  We look forward to having a long and prosperous relationship with Target Specialty.”
 

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