Catchmaster Pro: Snap Traps and Private Label Products


October 9, 2023



The Catchmaster Pro brand offers a full line of mechanical trap options. Whether the job calls for classic snap traps, quick-set snap traps or custom-designed traps, Catchmaster Pro offers a trap for every job and situation. Catchmaster Pro traps are designed to be powerful, reliable and built to last with corrosion-resistant parts and components. Let your snap traps do double duty in the field: Ask about Catchmaster Pro’s private label options so you can brand your business while you monitor and protect accounts.

In addition, Atlantic Paste & Glue Co., the Bayonne, N.J.-based manufacturer of the Catchmaster Pro brand, wants to make 2023 the most profitable rodent season to date for pest management professionals (PMPs)! Its National Fall Rodent Promotion, which runs Oct. 5, 2023, to Nov. 30, 2023, offers timely savings on select Catchmaster Pro products — including Classic Snap Traps, Multi-Catch Mouse Traps, Dual Action Twin Catch and Multi-Catch Mini — at participating distributors. Some restrictions may apply; contact your pest management supplies distributor for complete details.

About AP&G Co., Inc.

AP&G Co. is a leading manufacturer of pest management solutions. Using a science-based approach, the company creates high-quality products for rodent, insect and mosquito management. Founded in 1952 in Brooklyn, N.Y., by Moses Frisch, an immigrant chemist from Hungary, AP&G Co. started with the production of specialty adhesives. Now based in Bayonne, N.J., with third-generation Frisch family members at the helm, AP&G has helped to support PMPs in their control, monitoring and prevention work of pests worldwide. Key milestones include introducing the Catchmaster brand to the pest control industry in 1977; the first Catchmaster glue traps in 1982; Catchmaster glue boards in 1984; the Catchmaster fly product line in 1991; mechanical rodent traps in 1999; a line of bed bug adhesives, traps and monitors in 2010; the GLOstick and SilentTrap Flying Insect Traps in 2011; Catch Zone in 2018; and the Ovi-Catch mosquito trap in 2015; Final Feed mosquito bait in 2019.

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