Douglas Products appoints business development manager


February 16, 2024

LOGO: DOUGLAS PRODUCTSDouglas Products appointed Carlos Montejano, ACE, as business development manager.

With more than 17 years of industry experience, Montejano will be focused on serving the Southern California region, predominantly San Diego and Orange County in California, as well as Arizona and Nevada.

An associate certified entomologist (ACE) with the Entomological Society of America, Montejano has goals to become a board-certified entomologist (BCE). He said he is excited to join the team and looks forward to tackling different challenges every day.

“It’s never the same day twice. There is always something new going on, with new challenges,” Montejano said in the news release. “Regulatory-wise, there is a need and a focus for stewardship — being a good resource to the applicators and industry overall.”

Eager to be back in the field, he strives to be a coach and manager who is always “there to offer suggestions and improvements” to help the team and clients.

“We are proud to have Carlos join our Douglas Products team and serve the fumigators of the Western region,” said Heather Kern, commercial leader for Douglas Products. “His extensive experience in structural fumigation in Southern California paired with his fumigation experience in agriculture, Carlos brings a wealth of knowledge and value to the team.”

Montejano brings pest management experience as a distribution customer service representative, territory outside sales representative and Western region sales manager. With expertise garnered in phosphine, fumigation and agriculture, he has worked with almond producers on the West Coast to peanut and pecan producers on the East Coast. Montejano also has extensive knowledge in structural fumigation in Southern California. Most recently, he served as a sales manager, supervising insect growth regulators and botanical products.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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