This is a quick guide to the most expensive pests in food processing, and what should you know about them. More information is available for download in our Pests in the Food Processing Industry eBook.
If you’re working in food processing today it’s likely that you’re already well aware of the challenges posed by pest infestations. Even the smallest pests can cause untold damage to reputations, audit scores and hard-earned customer relationships - all of which have negative financial implications - not to mention the cost of staff illness and machinery downtime.
This quick guide is based on the results from our Business Impact of Pests survey. More information on these pests, and what you can do about them, is available for download in our free eBook.
We recommend that you adopt an integrated and consistent approach to all pest management to achieve the best possible protection. We’ve developed our pest management knowledge and expertise over 90 years in over 60 countries worldwide, and offer effective solutions through a global team of over 12000 employees, including specialist technicians, field biologists and key account managers for food processing.
We also have an exceptional understanding of global food safety regulation and legislation requirements and combine it with in-depth local knowledge and easy online access to 24/7 reports for audit and compliance requirements through myRentokil.
Work with us to mitigate risk in your food processing environment, and download your copy of our Pests in the Food Processing Industry eBook today. We also offer a free pest risk survey where our service technicians will provide recommendations and tailor an integrated pest management solution based on your unique business requirements. Find out more about this service here.
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