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UPMA Labs Names Rachadi Vice President, Professional Products

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Dr. Mohamed (Mo) Rachadi will work to develop new markets and opportunities for UPMA Labs, as well as outsource and acquire innovative technologies from around the globe.

| May 30, 2012

Mohamed Rachadi

ATLANTA — UPMA Labs, a division of Morach Regulatory, has named Dr. Mohamed (Mo) Rachadi vice president of sales, marketing, product development and regulatory affairs for the Professional Products Division. In addition to managing Morach Regulatory, Rachadi will work to develop new markets and opportunities for UPMA Labs, as well as outsource and acquire innovative technologies from around the globe.

“Our mission is to develop and deliver tools and cutting edge technologies to the professionals engaged in the PCO, Green Industries (Turf & Ornamental) and other related specialty markets,” says Rachadi.

For more information, contact Rachadi at 678/977-0160 or 678/925-1183 or via email mrachadi@morachconsultingservices.com or mrachadi@upmalabs.com.

 

 

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