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UPI Names Brian Cardin National Ag Sales Manager

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Cardin will oversee the day-to-day sales operations for United Phosphorus in the United States.

| August 11, 2010

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.  – United Phosphorus, Inc. (UPI), a supplier of post-patent crop protection technologies, has named Brian Cardin as the national ag sales manager. Cardin, who has been with UPI since 2008, brings more than 20 years of sales and sales management experience in the crop protection industry. He has worked with a number of companies, including Sipcam, Agro USA, Estes, UAP, Novartis Crop Protection and Bayer Corporation.

Cardin will oversee the day-to-day sales operations for United Phosphorus in the United States.

“Brian has been highly involved in the agricultural industry, and his considerable experience with the crop protection industry will help UPI strengthen our valued business relationships,” says Jeff Allison, President UPI, North America. “We are confident that this change will greatly enhance our flexibility to meet the ever-changing needs of the marketplace for UPI and its customers.”

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