FSS expands to Southeast, selects manager


September 6, 2019

Fumigation Service & Supply (FSS) is extending its coverage area to the Southeast and named James “Beau” Bridwell, ACE, manager of the new region.

Beau Bridwell. PHOTO: FSS

Beau Bridwell. PHOTO: FSS

The company says it is responding to requests for monitoring, prevention and control of stored product pests in this area. Gadsden, Ala., will serve as the base of operations for servicing Atlanta, Ga.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Montgomery, Ala., and nearby markets. Previously, FSS operated primarily in the Midwest.

An Alabama native, Bridwell started his career in the pest control industry in 2008 as a route assistant. He has since held positions ranging from pest control technician to district manager to business development manager.

Bridwell is currently licensed in pest control and fumigation in multiple Southern states. He holds continuing education certificates from Purdue University and the National Pest Management Association.

He enjoys building long-lasting relationships and problem solving while protecting brand name products and reputation, says FSS in a press release.

“Beau’s reputation parallels our principles and we feel his enthusiasm for solving the challenging issues of the region will prove to be invaluable to our future clients,” says the company.

Established in 1981, FSS provides integrated pest management, fumigation and decontamination services for commercial sectors such as food production, commodity storage, grains, seed, animal nutrition, pet food, milling, processing, distribution and export. Service capabilities include remote rodent, insect and gas monitoring technologies.

FSS and its sister company Insects Limited are hosting its 14th Fumigants & Pheromones Conference in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, on May 12-14, 2020. Learn more about the biennial event here.


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Ellen Kriz

Ellen Kriz is the managing editor for PMP magazine. She can be reached at ekriz@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3764.

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