Patrick Lynch, ACE, has been promoted from senior vice president of sales for Bell Labs’ domestic and Canadian markets to the newly created position of senior vice president of global sales for the Windsor, Wis.-based rodent solutions manufacturer. He also continues to remain in his position of general manager of Bell Sensing Technologies. In this expanded role, Lynch will lead Bell’s domestic and international sales teams in supporting partnerships around the globe.
Lynch joined Bell Labs in 2006 as a senior technical representative for New York, New Jersey and Eastern Canada. He earned a bachelor of science degree in business from the College of New Jersey in 2004, and a master degree in business administration (MBA) from the New York Institute of Technology in 2006.
Lynch is the newly elected vice president for the United Producers, Formulators and Distributors Association (UPFDA). He also serves on the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) Board of Directors, its Public Policy Committee, its Workforce Development Steering Committee and its Leadership Networking Community Council.
About Bell Labs
Founded in 1974 by the late Malcolm Stack, a member of the Pest Management Professional Hall of Fame (Class of 2004), Bell Labs today manufactures a complete line of rodent control solutions. It is led by another Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer, CEO Steve Levy (Class of 2022). Products include rodenticides, tamper-resistant bait stations, mechanical rat and mouse traps, glue boards, trap gels, mole bait and the extensive iQ line, which integrates proprietary Bell Sensing Technologies sensors to turn some of Bell’s most popular products into “powerful 24/7 rodent data-gathering machines.”