BASF unveils new interactive event stand with live demos for PestTech 2022
Leading pest control solutions manufacturer, BASF, is set to return to PestTech 2022 with an all-new, interactive stand, it has been revealed.
The annual event, which welcomes over 1,000 pest control professionals to Milton Keynes each year, will see BASF unveil a new exhibition stand that features a “real life” environment, with one half replicating a domestic setting and the other half a building exterior.
Joined by industry consultant and rodent “problem solver,” Oliver Madge, the team will be using the stand to hold live demos throughout the day, demonstrating baiting techniques in a variety of settings as well as how to effectively use a covered and protected approach.
Visitors will also be able to enjoy a free cup of coffee on the stand and will be able to take home a complimentary mug after stopping by to have a chat with the team.
In between live demos, guests will be invited to share their experiences of using Selontra®, troubleshoot any issues they’re facing with current jobs, discuss the big issues facing the industry in 2023, and find out more about the award-winning rodenticide.
BASF’s Global Technical Marketing Manager, Sharon Hughes, will also be delivering a seminar at 1.30pm, discussing rodenticide baits, different baiting regimes and label directions.
Sharon Hughes commented: We’re really excited to return to PestTech this year. It’s a real highlight of the industry’s calendar and it is always a delight to be able to talk to professional pest controllers in person. Join us on stand B4 for a cup of coffee and a chat, and make sure you don’t miss the live demos with Oliver!”
The event will coincide with the second anniversary of the launch of Selontra®, which took ten years to develop and reach the market place and offers pest control professionals a highly effective alternative to traditional anticoagulant baits, featuring cholecalciferol to make complete control possible in as few as seven days, even in areas of known rodenticide resistance.