Published 8 years ago
Last updated 8 years ago
Boecker® the leading provider of a holistic range of Public Health services, sealed a pivotal agreement with Messinas, a New Jersey-based manufacturer of professional and consumer pest control as well as plant health products. According to the agreement, Messinas’ first overseas representative office will be open in Beirut, starting June 2015, thus facilitating access to their “Animal Stopper” products to customers throughout the Middle East and Europe. Michel Bayoud, CEO of Boecker® praised the agreement finalized with Messinas saying that it’s a great addition to Boecker® range of globally renowned international products and services. He added: “We have always been associated as a leader in our sector with prime partnerships with worldwide providers. We partnered with Messinas, an awarded manufacturer, knowing their rich array of green products, famed for their effectiveness and ease of use. In this tie up Boecker® is also gaining direct support from Messinas and draws from their expertise in the USA. Consequently, we consolidate our position as the number one pest management provider in the region, while providing customers and professionals with continued supply, choices and support”. “We have been aggressively sampling potential customers and learning about the marketplace, hands on, making multiple visits to the region since 2013, and we’re really excited about what we’ve learned,” said Vice President James Messina. “Not only were our products well received, but customer efficacy reports were overwhelmingly favourable throughout the region.” Messinas expects that their Reptile Stopper™, Rodent Stopper™ and Cat Stopper™ products will lead the way in establishing their brand in the Middle East and Europe, as more than 90% of all inquiries are made to the company for snakes, rodents and feral cats control. These products, like others that Messinas make, provide a safe and effective way to manage wild animals and pests problems, without the use of harsh chemicals that may have a negative impact on the environment.