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Copesan Announces the Addition of Two New Partners

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. — Copesan Solutions has added two new Partners with solid pest management backgrounds and history to its network of service providers. JP McHale Pest Management of Buchanan, N.Y., and Viking Termite & Pest Control of Bridgewater, N.J., will join the 70-plus Partners already servicing Copesan clients across North America.

The addition of JP McHale and Viking underscores the value Copesan provides to the industries it serves, including food processing, restaurant, hospitality, supermarket and health care.

“Copesan is pleased to introduce the newest members of our Partner network” said Deni Naumann, Copesan president. “Each of these companies brings a passion to address our national client’s pest management needs with quality service, professionalism and enthusiasm.”

JP McHale Pest Management has been owned and operated by the McHale family since it was founded in 1971. The company serves clients in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. In 2007, it was ranked by PCT magazine as the 51st largest company in the pest management industry.

Viking Termite & Pest Control has been providing complete pest management services to businesses since 1980. The company is based in New Jersey, and has additional offices in New York and Pennsylvania. In 2007, it was ranked by PCT magazine as the 45th largest company in the pest management industry.

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