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FMC introduces product label notification service

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Free service keeps customers up-to-date on important label updates.

| July 20, 2010

Help is only a click away for busy pest and turf management professionals who need up-to-the-minute information on product label changes.  A new service from FMC Professional Solutions provides product users with rapid notification of label changes and updates.

After registering for the service on the FMC web site, users will receive an e-mail alert each time an FMC product label is modified. Messages will include a summary of the change and a link to the label itself.

Signing up for the service takes less than a minute. Simply visit the web site and follow instructions:   http://www.fmcprosolutions.com/Home/LabelsMSDS.aspx.

Turf and pest professionals can’t take chances by using a product incorrectly. But searching for updated information is often time-consuming and frustrating. The new FMC label alert service saves time and eases the burden of locating the information.
 
“With all the things turf and pest professionals have to worry about – employees, customers, equipment, weather, local issues and more – we know they don’t have much time,” said Rick Lewis, FMC sales support manager. “This service is part of our continued commitment to bring excellent value to our customers.”

To find out more information about FMC products and services, visit www.fmcprosolutions.com or contact your FMC sales representative.

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