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FMC Systems Upgrade Continues

In 2018, FMC launched a multi-year program to transform our global business processes and technology. On July 4, 2019, FMC Quimica do Brasil Ltda (“FMC” and/or FMC’s acquired DuPont Crop Protection assets in Brazil) completed the first phase of this transformation.  

In February 2020, the remaining DuPont Crop Protection assets will undergo a systems upgrade as part of the second phase of this transformation. As a result, there will be certain process and technology changes that may affect our suppliers directly. This includes new remit to addresses for invoices. 

The changes apply to vendor transactions in the DuPont Crop Protection locations only. All other legacy FMC locations will continue to follow existing business processes.

Click here for the Supplier Letter (English)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Chinese)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (French)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Hindi)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Indonesian)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Japanese)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Korean)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Portuguese)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Russian)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Spanish)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Thai)
Click here for the Supplier Letter (Vietnamese)

Below are Invoice Submission Instruction by Region for the DuPont Crop Protection locations:   

Click here to see the list for Asia Pacific (East) Region
Click here to see the list for Asia Pacific (West) Region
Click here to see the list for Europe, Middle East, Africa Region
Click here to see the list for Latin America Region
Click here to see the list for North America Region

FMC Ag Sciences Invoice Instructions

Click here to see the list of FMC Ag Solutions Invoice and Customer Service emails addresses.

When invoicing FMC, please follow these Invoice Submission Guidelines to ensure your payment is processed on time.

Verify an Order is Legitimate

FMC is aware of the increased incidents of fraudulent orders being placed for goods and services by parties illegally using the names of large, reputable companies. Please click here to review how you can verify the authenticity of an electronic order that appears to be requested by FMC.