The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) announced the inclusion of MGK as a strategic partner of the organization.
“As a leader in developing safe and effective plant-based and man-made insect control products, MGK has been instrumental in helping drive innovation across the industry,” the NPMA noted in the news release.
“NPMA deeply values our longstanding relationship with MGK and their dedication to pest management professionals. Building on their history of sponsoring our PestWorld closing party, as well as our critical Legislative Day Hill visits, we look forward to an even stronger partnership with MGK to develop initiatives that support our members and our industry,” NPMA CEO Dominique Stumpf, CAE, said in the release.
“At MGK, we believe the future of the professional pest management is strong. We have enjoyed a beneficial relationship with NPMA for many years and are very excited to further enhance this relationship through this strategic partnership,” said MGK President Steve Gullickson.
MGK joins the exclusive ranks of NPMA’s existing partners, BASF, Bayer, Corteva, Syngenta and WorkWave.
About the National Pest Management Association
The NPMA, a non-profit organization with more than 5,000 members, was established in 1933 to support the pest management industry’s commitment to the protection of public health, food, and property from the diseases and dangers of pests.
MGK’s mission is to make life healthier by creating responsible products that protect people and their environments from the impact of insects. Founded in 1902 and based in Minnesota, MGK sells insect control products throughout the world, spanning several industries including professional pest control, consumer home and pet products, animal health, and crop protection. An affiliate of Sumitomo Chemical Company, MGK is a worldwide leader in the development and distribution of the botanical insecticide pyrethrum as well as a wide range of conventional insect control technologies. MGK and its subsidiaries employ 250 people at its facilities in North America and Africa.
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