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FMC Names Bob West as National Pest Segment Manager

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West will lead the U.S. pest sales team and focus on delivering solutions for the pest management industry.

| April 8, 2013

PHILADELPHIA – FMC Professional Solutions, a division of FMC Corporation, recently announced the appointment of Bob West as National Pest Segment Manager. 

In this position, West will lead the U.S. pest sales team and focus on delivering solutions for the pest management industry. He will direct efforts to identify and meet customer needs, as well as discover ways to support the growth, profitability and sustainability of the industry.
   
"Bob brings significant leadership experience and enthusiasm to our professional pest management segment," said Bethwyn Todd, director, FMC Professional Solutions. "We look forward to even more growth under his leadership in the months and years to come."
        
West has held a variety of sales and marketing roles during his 23 years at FMC. Most recently, he served as the regional business manager for the North American Crop Division's western region, where he helped substantially grow the business.

West earned his undergraduate degree in agronomy and plant management from Rutgers University.

For more information on FMC pest control products, including the Verifi® bed bug detector, visit www.fmcprosolutions.com or follow @FMCpest on Twitter.
 

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