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FMC Names New Northeast Sales Rep

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Steven Mora will handle pest management sales in the Northeastern U.S.

| August 24, 2010

PHILADELPHIA – Steven Mora was recently named territory business manager for the Northeast region for FMC Professional Solutions, a business unit of FMC Corporation.

Mora will handle sales of FPS products to pest management companies in the territory, which covers states from Virginia through Maine on the eastern seaboard. He will also work closely with distributors and other FMC channel partners.

Previously, Mora was a district service manager for Viking Termite and Pest Control in New Jersey. In that position, he managed three district offices and supervised more than 20 technicians.

Mora holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish language and history from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. He currently lives in Pennsville, N.J., with his wife, Erika Chavez-Mora.

“Steven brings a unique perspective to the pest management industry,” said Wendell Codner, FMC accounts development manager. “He has great insight about pest control product selection and product use at the end-user level.”

Mora can be reached at steven.mora@fmc.com.

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