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Food Protection Services Announces Expansion

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The Kansas regional branch of Research Fumigation, along with Alliance Pest Solutions, have joined forces with FPS.

| January 8, 2014

CARMEL, Ind. — Food Protection Services, a food safety pest management and fumigation company has new partners to form a stronger and broader coverage. On Jan. 1, 2014 the Kansas regional branch of Research Fumigation, along with Alliance Pest Solutions, based in the Great Lakes region, have joined with Food Protection Services to form a larger, more capable company which will all be Food Protection Services. The move allows FPS to provide greater coverage and increase capabilities to our existing and future customers. Food Protection Services will now have 12 offices servicing 20 agrarian states. 

This move will allow Food Protection Services to service Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio through two established offices in Chicago and Toledo, and a new office recently opened near Indianapolis. The inclusion of the Kansas market will bring offices in Kansas City, Salina and Wichita, focusing on a large food and grain market.   Visit the new website at www.foodprotectionservices.net for more details. 

 

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