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FMC Names Ken Hutto and Brian Mount as Technical Service Managers

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In their new positions they will work closely with sales, marketing and key customers to technically support FPS products, and will provide field support for innovation projects and new product introductions.

| February 14, 2014

Ken Hutto

PHILADELPHIA – FMC Corporation recently named Brian Mount and Ken Hutto as technical service managers for the FMC Professional Solutions (FPS) business. These newly created positions will provide strong technical support for FMC customers and the sales organization. 
       
Previously, Hutto and Mount were product development leads. In their new positions they will work closely with sales, marketing and key customers to technically support FPS products, and will provide field support for innovation projects and new product introductions.


"Ken and Brian bring broad technical product knowledge to the development, launch and market support of FMC products," said Bethwyn Todd, director of FMC Professional Solutions. “Most importantly, they are very skilled in using this product knowledge to help our customers get maximum value from FMC products.”

Ken Hutto, a native of Mississippi, joined FMC in 2007. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology from Auburn University and Master of Science and Doctorate degrees in Weed Science specializing in Turfgrass Weed Management from Mississippi State University. After receiving his Ph.D., he worked at the University of Florida as a post-doctoral research associate at the West Florida Research and Education Center, conducting research in turfgrass science.
   
Brian Mount joined FMC in 2000 and has held several positions within FPS, including technical service representative, field technical service representative, and Turf and Ornamental market specialist in Florida.

Brian Mount
A native of New Jersey, Mount received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management from Bryant University and a Master of Science degree in Entomology from the University of Nebraska. His experience includes working with several national and regional pest management companies. 

For more information on FMC products or personnel, visit http://www.fmcprosolutions.com.
 

 

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