Insects Limited opens new facility in Indiana


November 1, 2023


Insects Limited’s new office located in Westfield, Ind. PHOTO: INSECTS LIMITED

Insects Limited opened its brand-new headquarters, named The Center for Stored Protection in Westfield, Ind.

This state-of-the-art facility represents a milestone in the company’s commitment “to advancing the field of stored product protection through science, innovation, education and quality products,” according to the news release.

The Center for Stored Product Protection is a hub for research, development and industry advancement. This purpose-built facility is designed to foster innovation and collaboration in the field of stored product protection. It include educational spaces, a warehouse, and a laboratory for the development and testing of products that safeguard stored commodities against pests.

The new facility will offer a wide range of services built to address the needs of the pest management industry:

  • Scientific advancement: The research lab within the center will be home to leading experts committed to pushing the boundaries of stored product protection through pioneering research and development.
  • Education hub: Insects Limited is dedicated to knowledge sharing with its customers, partners and the industry as a whole. The facility will serve as a central hub for educational programs, workshops and training events.
  • Quality products: The facilities within the center will enable rigorous testing and quality assurance processes for Insects Limited’s product line.

“Our new headquarters, the Center for Stored Product Protection, signifies the culmination of our tireless dedication to our mission. We are excited to share this journey with our valued customers, partners, and the enture stored product protection community,” Tom Mueller, vice president of Insects Limited, said in the news release. “The Center for Stored Product Protection is a testament to our commitment to the future of our industry.”

Insects Limited was founded in 1982 by Mueller’s father, David, a board-certified entomologist and a member of the Pest Management Professional Hall of Fame (Class of 2019).


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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