Secret Site Map
Thursday, March 05, 2015

Home News FMC Names Mount Pest Product Development Lead

FMC Names Mount Pest Product Development Lead

People

Brian Mount will focus on developing products for the GHP, termite and consumer segments of FMC.

| December 3, 2012

Brian Mount. Photo courtesy of FMC Corporation.

PHILADELPHIA - FMC Corporation recently announced the appointment of Brian Mount as pest product development lead for FMC Professional Solutions.

In his new position, Mount will focus on developing products for the General Household Pest, Termite and Consumer segments of FMC. His role includes developing and implementing research protocols as well as fostering relationships with university and private cooperators and key industry influencers, FMC said.

Mount joined FMC in 2000 and has held several positions within FMC Professional Solutions, including technical service representative, field technical service representative and Turf and Ornamental market specialist in Florida.

"In the nearly 12 years Brian has been with FMC, he has demonstrated critical thought, knowledge of our industry and ability to communicate complex ideas simply," said Dina Richman, pest product development manager. "We are happy to have him on the development team."

A native of New Jersey, Mount received a bachelor's degree in business administration and management from Bryant University and a master's degree in entomology from the University of Nebraska. His experience includes working with several national regional pest management companies, FMC said.

Learn more about FMC Professional Solutions at fmcprosolutions.com.

Top news

Rollins Acquires Critter Control

Critter Control is 100% franchised with 114 franchises operating in 40 states and two Canadian provinces. It is the largest wildlife control company in the United States.

Rentokil Acquires Buffalo Exterminating

Rentokil North America has acquired Orchard Park, N.Y.-based Buffalo Exterminating, a leading pest control company in Western New York. The deal closed on Jan. 6, and terms were not disclosed.

Gerbils, Not Rats, May Have Caused Black Death

Black rats may not have been to blame for numerous outbreaks of the bubonic plague across Europe, a new study suggests.

More 2014 Angie’s List Award Winners Announced

Angie’s List recently announced the following companies as 2014 Super Service Award winners: Arizona Pest Control, Tucson, Ariz.; Braman Termite and Pest Elimination, Agawam, Mass.; Inspect-All, Conyers, Ga.; and Gannon Pest Control, Solvay, N.Y.

Vetter Pens New Book on the Brown Recluse Spider

‘The Brown Recluse Spider,’ a new publication from spider expert Rick Vetter being published by Cornell University Press, educates readers regarding the biology of the spider and medical aspects of its bites, to reduce the incidence of misdiagnoses, and to quell misplaced anxiety.

x