Liphatech announced the purchase of all assets of Inert Gas Injection (IGI). IGI’s assets include its carbon dioxide (CO2) along with the Eliminator Application Probe that together form a rodent control system for pest control professionals without the risk of secondary poisoning, the company says.
IGI carbon dioxide (IGI CO2), which should only be used with the Eliminator, is specifically designed to kill burrowing rodents such as rats, ground squirrels and ground squirrels where they live. IGI CO2 powered by Liphatech provides PMPs and rodent control professionals with an alternative EPA-registered pesticide to control burrowing rodents, especially where secondary exposure is possible. IGI CO2 is also approved for commodity fumigation of silos, warehouses, trucks, trailers, sealed railroad cars and cargo ships and can also be used in organic fumigations.
“Liphatech’s acquisition of IGI, LLC, IGI CO2 and the Eliminator allows us to continue to offer industry-leading solutions to PMPs that are different from other rodent control alternatives,” said Manny Martinez, CEO of Liphatech.
A major benefit of IGI CO2 Powered by Liphatech is that when applied in confined spaces according to label directions, such as in rodent burrows, it poses no hazard to rodent predators who may consume the rodents died later, says Liphatech.
IGI CO2 is colorless, odorless and tasteless, and because it is heavier than air, it rapidly expels oxygen from rodent burrows, suffocating a burrow’s occupants, Liphatech adds.
IGI CO2 powered by Liphatech is not yet registered or available in all 50 states.
FieldRoutes, a cloud-based and mobile SaaS provider for field service companies, showcased the latest advancements in its end-to-end software solution at PestWorld 2021. Enhancements and new features added include billing and payments FieldRoutes, routing, reporting, QuickBooks Online integration, marketing solutions and lawn care. The company also enabled early access to a new affiliate network at the show.
“We take our customers’ comments and requests seriously. Our new software capabilities, integrations and enhancements to existing functionality are a direct result of our focus on helping our customers simplify, scale and grow their business,” said William Chaney, CEO of FieldRoutes. “We have also invested in the software infrastructure. In 2020, we built an internal infrastructure team and migrated our software to Amazon Web Services (AWS), ensuring our customers are using the most reliable software.
“Over the past year, we have worked hard to advance our state-of-the-art software. Our investment in new capabilities and enhancements, the addition of top-notch talent, and the unification of PestRoutes and Lobster Marketing to become FieldRoutes is proof of our customers’ success,” continued Chaney. “We pride ourselves on being customer obsessed, which means we provide best-in-class technology and dedicated customer support. We have grown because our clients grow and exceed their goals.
senscionline.com/evolve-yt/ Evolve YT has created a free e-book called “How to Separate Suitors from Suitors in Your Business”.
The eBook contains information on why investing in your leaders is important, who leadership training is designed for, what happens when you invest in the right people, how to determine the right leaders without losing time or money with the wrong people, and more. .
“We created this eBook to provide businesses with the information they need to avoid the costly mistakes that can turn a good business on the road to success into one that is doomed to fail,” said Phil Cooper, Chief Transformation Officer of Evolve YT. “Middle managers are often overlooked when it comes to training, but in fact, they can have the greatest impact on the future success of your business.”
Cooper explained that unlike traditional leadership training which is geared towards executive teams, Evolve YT focuses on current and emerging middle management leaders.
“Your front-line supervisors and managers have a bigger impact than you might think on your bottom line, employee retention, and team morale,” he said. “By investing in these leaders and their future, you are setting your business up for true success.”
Cooper previously owned a pest control company, Cooper Pest Solutions. “We have lived and experienced firsthand the problems that an ineffective manager can have on a business, which is why we created our Supervisor Development Courses,” he said.
Innolytics, in collaboration with Rizobacter Ecuatoriana C. Ltda., has received regulatory approval for OvoControl P in Ecuador. OvoControl P is a ready-to-use bait distributed on flat roofs with a mechanical feeder.
Human technology is useful for managing pigeon flocks in larger facilities without resorting to avicides or labor-intensive trapping programs, reports Innolytics. Rizobacter has coordinated the application with the Ecuadorian regulatory authorities and will distribute OvoControl P in the market.
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