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Dr. Mohamed (Mo) Rachadi recently formed a new international consulting company, Morach Regulatory.

| May 8, 2012

ATLANTA — Dr. Mohamed (Mo) Rachadi recently formed a new international consulting company, Morach Regulatory.

With headquarters in Atlanta, the new company provides customized regulatory, product development and marketing services to US based and International manufacturers, formulators and distributors of specialty chemicals for the PCO and green markets.

“There is a good number of companies in our markets (PCO and turf & ornamental) who depend on outsourcing regulatory, new product development and marketing services as well as assistance with access to those market segments,” says Rachadi. “Our company is well positioned to partner with these companies and deliver their needed services on a timely manner and under one roof.”

Rachadi added, “We are also pleased to announce that Morach has acquired UPMA Labs (www.upmalabs.com) and IPM Products (www.ipmproducts.com). Our goal is to continue to offer the ‘IPMM tools for the Pros’ to both PCO and green markets.”

 

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