Viking Pest Management acquires IPM – Hammonton Gazette


Viking Pest Management lately acquired Built-in Pest Administration (IPM). IPM President Dave Damiano (left) and Viking Department Supervisor Thomas Doherty (proper) are pictured above. (Courtesy Picture)

Viking Pest Management, an Anticimex firm, introduced the acquisition of Built-in Pest Administration (IPM).

“The partnership with Viking Pest Management is nice information for our prospects and staff. We’re extraordinarily excited in regards to the pest management options it should convey, creating an industry-leading pest administration partnership. With Viking providing prospects probably the most revolutionary, digital, and hassle-free pest management options like SMART, everybody will get pleasure from the very best, most superior merchandise, strategies and companies in the marketplace. Paul and his crew had been extraordinarily skilled, and we stay up for combining our skilled groups and the alternatives forward,” IPM President David Damiano mentioned in a launch.

IPM has been offering residential and business pest management companies to southern New Jersey since 1984 and is thought for its native and personalised strategy to delivering excellent customer support. The partnership will improve IPM’s total pest administration options, whereas strengthening IPM’s supply of service, growing their native help, and guaranteeing high quality service, a launch from Viking mentioned.

“They’ve very related companies. They’ve a great buyer base. They’ve a great foot-hold with the group. They’ve good workers. Folks we are able to work with,” Viking Department Supervisor Thomas Doherty mentioned.

Doherty has been with Viking for four-and-a-half years and within the pest management {industry} for 10 years. He mentioned that Nick, Dan and Kelly are concerned with the IPM prospects and Damiano is consulting with the corporate.

Beneath Viking, companies shall be expanded.

“We do companies six days every week. We additionally do animal trapping and exclusion work,” Doherty mentioned.

He added that Viking’s measurement permits for it to supply extra fast service in an emergency.

“As a result of below my department I’ve 53 technicians and I can get somebody on the market the identical day if there’s an emergency or the subsequent day,” Doherty mentioned.

Pricing will stay related, Doherty mentioned.

“Our pricing is aggressive. We’re within the center in comparison with different ones,” Doherty mentioned.

It’s the customer support stage that units Viking aside, Doherty added.

“We wish to present a terrific high quality service to all people. I really feel we are able to try this,” Viking mentioned.

Viking additionally works with related firms to remain forward of points.

“Viking is fairly massive. We’re going out to Pa. We’ve a technical. Everyone knows what to anticipate when it’s coming. Our guardian firm Anticimex has multi-platforms throughout the U.S., particularly up and down the East Coast. We’re capable of contact department managers. We do a greatest observe sharing. We’re capable of be taught from different firms and keep forward of the ball,” Doherty mentioned.

Doherty mentioned he’s having fun with Hammonton.

“It’s close-knit with folks. Everyone is aware of all people,” Doherty mentioned.

Based mostly out of Berlin, Doherty mentioned he spends a few days per week on the town.

Doherty mentioned the IPM title shall be phased out slowly and the corporate shall be referred to as Viking domestically.

“That is an thrilling time for Viking Pest Management, and we’re excited to accomplice with Built-in Pest Administration because it continues to solidify Viking because the main pest management supplier in New Jersey. Built-in Pest Administration is a wonderful match; we’re excited in regards to the newest addition to the Viking Household. We welcome the Built-in Pest Administration crew and can work aspect by aspect to proceed offering wonderful service to our prospects,” Viking Pest Management President Paul Bergmann mentioned in a launch.

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