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Univar Relocates Pest Control Supply Office in Sacramento

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The company's West Sacramento office was relocated just 10 minutes from the old location.

| March 8, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar recently relocated its West Sacramento office just 10 minutes from the old location.        
 
The new Pro Center location has a full service will call display area and built in classroom facilities.  The Sacramento facility will support sales operations for all areas surrounding Sacramento as far south as Stockton, east to Reno, west to Vallejo and north to Redding.

Terry Davis, Northern California Sales Manager will operate out of the new Sacramento facility.  Other personnel assigned to the Sacramento facility are Jeff Smith, PestWeb Resource Development. Ron Wyandt, outside sales representative, Frank Deitch and Morgan Gaultney inside sales representatives. 

The new 7,000-square-foot building has a full service 3,000-square-foot showroom, where customers can shop for materials and see a variety of equipment and product displays. The new center also has a large training center and conference room which will be utilized for industry seminars.  The training and conference areas will also be available for use by customers for their specific training and meeting needs.
 
Terry Davis, Sales Manager for Univar, stated that “The new facility was built for the purpose of providing better service and support to our customers on several different levels: the location is more centrally located to our customer base, the retail environment and showroom allows the customer to see the multitude of products available to them in differing package sizes and finally, the training center was designed to increase the number of seminar offerings in a comfortable environment.”

The facility is located at 198 Opportunity Street, Suite # 4, Sacramento, California  95838.  The phone number is (916) 371-7602, fax (916) 564-0155.  Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

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