DEGESCH Canada, Inc. (DCI), formally Universal Fumigation Services Ltd. and the Adalia Group Inc., was founded in 2023 and is the Canadian subsidiary of German based Detia Degesch Group (DDG) and sister company to Degesch America, Inc. (DAI). Our corporate head office is located in Montreal, Quebec. Degesch Canada is proud to offer its 25+ years of fumigation and plant protection experience both nationwide and globally in partnership with our parent company Detia Degesch Group. Further, through our international network of Sales and Service Offices we provide a wide range of fumigants, insecticides, rodenticides, grain protectants, safety equipment and training to companies handling raw agricultural commodities and finished food products.


We keep food and other commodities safe by leveraging our unique position as the only North American manufacturer, registrant, and end-user of metal phosphide fumigants.

As a member of the family owned Detia Degesch Group, we continue to set industry standards in the field of commodity and structural pest management.

We provide stakeholders with quality products and services by relying on the experience, expertise, and innovation of our global network.

Meet the DCI Leadership

East Coast Operations

East Coast Operations (Head Office)
8685 Rue Lafrenaie, 
Saint-Léonard, Quebec, Canada
H1P 2B6
Mihia Ilie
[email protected]

West Coast Operations

West Coast Operations
21903 128th Ave
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
V4R 2R1
Eric Dahlberg
[email protected]

World Wide Partners

Degesch Canada, Inc. is the Canadian division of German based Detia-Degesch Group. The Detia-Degesch Group manufactures fumigants in Europe, Africa and the Americas for international consumption. Our products are sold and used in over 115 countries.  For more on our world wide partners:

Detia Degesch Group Wordlwide
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Cigna MRFs – This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to easily access and analyze data.