FORSHAW launches Wildlife Management Distribution division

FORSHAW announced the launch of its Wildlife Management Distribution, which will allow the company to supply wildlife control solutions nationwide through a variety of products including live-traps, baits and exclusion.

To lead the new division, FORSHAW has hired wildlife expert and biologist Frank Fowler, who will lend his over 20 years of wildlife industry expertise to help supply solutions to clients and consumers from coast-to-coast.

Frank Fowler

Frank Fowler

“We all know FORSHAW as a leader in pest management distribution, so I couldn’t be happier to work with them to take their industry standard and lend that to wildlife control,” Fowler said in the news release. “Working with our vendors, we have curated a top-tier offering of products for an array of animals to help ensure the best results for both prevention and management of wildlife in diverse territories nationwide.”

Mark DeGeare, director of business development and sales at FORSHAW, notes that pest management “has been seeing a surge” in the wildlife control field over the past few years. “The strength of the market is opening new avenues of growth for our clients as they look to acquire and extend into wildlife management services,” DeGeare added in the news release. “To respond to this demand, FORSHAW is offering our expertise as a pest distribution company and is supplying confidence to both new and existing wildlife control customers, by providing proven solutions, curated products and industry expertise — all led by our wildlife specialist, Frank Fowler .”

FORSHAW President Tom Forshaw added, “While we in the industry separate pests from wildlife, a lot of our clients’ customers do not. We want to be able to provide total solutions for our customers and the problems they face. Couple that with our ForeSight app for inventory management and it’s a win-win.”

FORSHAW’s new service will cover animals from armadillos to snakes, offering products for removal, exclusion, management and control. To learn more about FORSHAW’s new wildlife division on the company’s website.

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