Target Specialty Products partners with Leading Edge


January 12, 2021



Target Specialty Products, a service provider of pest and turf and ornamental solutions in the United States and Canada, has partnered with Leading Edge. Target will become the exclusive distributor for several Leading Edge technology solutions.

“Leading Edge provides some of the most advanced technologies in our industry and we are excited to be the exclusive distributor for their products,” said David Helt, president of Target Specialty Products, “These technologies will allow Target Specialty Products’ extensive sales network to offer unique integrated management solutions and application methods to our customers.”

Leading Edge has flagship technology solutions that include MapVision (geospatial data management system), PrecisionVision (unmanned aircraft systems and software) and DropVision (droplet analysis software). Target Specialty Products will support Leading Edge as its exclusive distributor of the company’s PrecisionVision, DropVision and FleetVision technologies.

“The partnership with Target Specialty Products is a great fit for our growing business,” said Bill Reynolds, CEO at Leading Edge. “Leading Edge will remain focused on enhancing our technologies and supporting operations where our products are active. The scale of the Target Specialty Products’ team ensures our products continue to be shared with organizations throughout North America.”

Leading Edge has more than 35 years of experience designing and utilizing aerial application and droplet spectrum technologies to meet compliance requirements and maximize efficiencies within vector control programs.

Founded more than 80 years ago, Target Specialty Products currently serves the pest management, and turf and ornamental markets from 44 locations across the United States and Canada. The company is a Founders Circle Member of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences at the University of California, Riverside.


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