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FMC Professional Solutions Announces New Positions

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Catherine Bernard has been named professional pest brand manager; Steve Mora was named professional pest product manager.

| January 14, 2013

PHILADELPHIA - FMC Corporation has announced two new positions within FMC Professional Solutions. Catherine Bernard has been named professional pest brand manager and Steve Mora has been named professional pest product manager.

In her new position, Bernard will oversee the strategic planning and marketing operations for the Professional Pest Segmant. Bernard joined FMC in 2011 and previously served as the pest product manager for FMC Professional Solutions.

Mora will oversee the marketing activities for the professional pest segment, and will report directly to Bernard, FMC said. Mora joined FMC in July 2010 as pest market specialist for FMC Professional Solutions in the northeastern United States territory.

“Catherine Bernard’s background and experiences make her well suited for the role of Professional Pest Brand Marketing Manager. Steve Mora’s experience within the pest industry dovetails perfectly with his new pest product management responsibilities,” said Steve Fasano, strategic marketing and business development manager for FMC Professional Solutions.  “This new organization will allow FMC Professional Solutions to further strengthen its strategic focus towards customer-driven innovation.”

Learn more at fmcprosolutions.com.

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