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Target Specialty Products to Distribute Cirkil

Bed bugs

Terramera signs the company as its first distributor.

| September 27, 2012

VANCOUVER, Canada - Terramera announced it has signed its first distribution agreement with Target Specialty Products. The company will sell Terramera's bed bug control product, Cirkil.

The distribution agreement was signed in June and marked the soft launch of Cirkil, Terramera said. Cirkil is the first EPA registered biopesticide proven to have effective control of bed bugs, according to the manufacturer.

"Cirkil is a breakthrough bed bug control product due to its efficacy, use against all stages of the bed bug life cycle and residual treatment." The company said in a release. "Plus, Cirkil is a biopharma product with the active ingredient naturally derived from neem oil making the application safe in all settings." 

“We’re excited to bring Target Specialty Products on as our first distributor. It showcases their commitment to providing quality and effective products to PMPs and their clients,” said Karn Manhas, CEO & President, Terramera. “We’re thrilled to hear from Target that the sales and excitement surrounding CIRKIL for bed bug control are unprecedented.”

Cirkil products will be released in October at PestWorld 2012 in Boston at the Terramera booth, #2016. For more information visit Terramera.com or contact sales@terramera.com.

 

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