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FMC Acquires Significant Portion of DuPont Crop Protection Business
FMC Health and Nutrition Sold to DuPont


We are excited to announce that FMC and DuPont have signed a definitive agreement that will strengthen our business and enhance our ability to serve customers around the world.

As part of this agreement, FMC will acquire a significant portion of DuPont’s Crop Protection business and FMC Health and Nutrition, excluding Omega-3, will become part of DuPont’s Nutrition & Health business. FMC Lithium will remain with FMC, and the company will invest significantly in the business with the intent to grow and prepare it to become an independent, publicly traded company within a few years. To learn more, click here. For Brazil Portuguese, click here

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.

FMC Expands Partnership with Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) 

FMC Global Procurement has partnered with Sedex, a not for profit risk management membership organization. Sedex will help us assess and audit our current strategic raw material suppliers in Corporate Social Responsibility (business integrity, labor, health & safety and environment).  FMC has reached out to 19% of our chemical suppliers who are already members and asked them to “link” to FMC. One of the key benefits of a Sedex membership is that these suppliers will be able to share their current assessment/audit information with FMC. This will ease the burden on our suppliers facing multiple audits, questionnaires and certifications. The next step will be to ask the non-members to join and complete the self assessment questionnaire and possibly an audit.

FMC Corporation has been a Sedex member for 4 years.


FMC to Expand Avetta to North America

FMC has expanded Avetta, our 3rd party program to qualify significant Contractors, in North America. This qualification process emphasizes a safety analysis that helps FMC ensure that our regular contractors maintain the same safety standards as FMC-owned sites. The qualification also includes agreeing to comply with FMC’s Supplier Code of Conduct. Avetta uses “flag” colors (red,yellow, green) to identify compliance or not to meeting FMC’s requirements. A variance request process is followed for non-compliance. If necessary, corrective action plans are put in place or another contractor will be on boarded.

SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) Amendment Effective July 1, 2016

To our suppliers who move shipments over the ocean

SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) amendment covering container weighing regulations went into effect July 1, 2016 affecting all shipments moving over the ocean. This new regulation was adopted by the IMO (International Maritime Organization) to increase maritime safety and reduce the dangers to cargo, containers, and all those involved in container transport throughout the supply chain. The regulation requires that a packed container will only be allowed to be loaded on board a vessel if the Verified Gross Mass (VGM), the weight of the cargo, dunnage and bracing plus the tare weight of the container carrying this cargo, has been provided by the supplier/shipper to the port terminal prior to the container arriving at the port for export. As the supplier and shipper, it will be your responsibility to ensure you provide the VGM information to the steamship line and the port of export before the loaded container is delivered to FMC.  

Please visit http://www.imo.org/en/Pages/Default.aspx to learn more about this new regulation.