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FMC Names Two Key Pest Market Positions

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Trent Bradford and Eric Ham were recently named key account manager and marketing specialist, respectively, for FMC Professional Solutions

| October 12, 2011

PHILADELPHIA – Trent Bradford and Eric Ham were recently named key account manager and marketing specialist, respectively, for FMC Professional Solutions. The new positions complete the field operations expansion the company announced earlier this year.

Based in the Chicago area, Bradford is one of three FMC Key Account Managers for the professional pest market. He will focus on the Northeast Region, offering support to national and major customers.

A native of Wheaton, Ill., Bradford previously was fertilizer manager for Simplot Professional Products eastern region. He holds a bachelor’s of science degree from Northern Illinois University.

As a marketing specialist, Ham will provide enhanced product stewardship and support of FMC products in the Gulf South territory, covering six states from Louisiana through Alabama and north to Kentucky.

Previously, Ham was Midwest area manager with Nisus Corporation and Midwest regional manager for Forshaw Distribution.  He has more than 27 years of experience in pest control product distribution and manufacture.

Ham holds a bachelor’s of science degree in agriculture (entomology) from the University of Kentucky. He is based in Paducah, Ky.

For more information about FMC and its products, visit www.fmcprosolutions.com.

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