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FMC Donates to Sandy Relief Efforts

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The company donated $75,000 through the American Red Cross.

| November 7, 2012

PHILADELPHIA – FMC Corporation announced a disaster relief donation of $75,000 to the American Red Cross to support ongoing efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. FMC has operations in the heavily impacted Mid-Atlantic region including the company’s corporate headquarters in Philadelphia, global research center in Ewing, N.J., an FMC BioPolymer plant in Newark, Del., and an FMC BioPolymer distribution center in Harrisburg, Pa.

“It is heart wrenching to see the destruction caused by this hurricane,” said Pierre Brondeau, FMC president, CEO and chairman. “One of FMC’s missions is to provide the conveniences of life. Supporting the American Red Cross will help ensure that people displaced by this storm can continue to have shelter in the days to come.”

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