Nisus Corporation, a leading manufacturer of sustainable pest management products, announces the appointment of Jamel S. Sandidge, MA, PhD, BCE, as National Director, Technical Services for professional pest management within the Regulatory and Technical Services group.
Nisus Corporation is pleased to announce the promotion of Harry Bryan to the national role of Director of Business Development for the company’s pest control division.  In his new role, Harry will be focused on pioneering new market segments and helping to create strategic plans for future product launches. 
Nisus Corporation announces the appointment of Lee Barrett as company president
Nisus Corporation has announced that John Singletary has joined the company and will be handling the Northeast territory for the pest control division. Singletary, based in Manassas, VA, is a seasoned sales professional who has worked in the pest control industry for several years
Nisus Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of Jeff Thomas as Southern Regional Sales Manager in their Industrial Wood Preservation Division. He will support the company’s sales of QNAP® copper naphthenate and Cellutreat® DOT borate to the pressure treatment market across the southern U.S from New Mexico to the Carolina coast.
Nisus Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of Northwest Territory Manager Larry Durant to their Pest Control Division sales team. Durant will assume responsibility for the company’s Northwest region customer base, where he will work with core customers to increase brand engagement as well as introduce Nisus products and programs to new pest control
Nisus' QNAP® Copper Naphthenate positioned to be successor to Pentachlorophenol
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