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FCM Lithium Moves Administrative Offices To Charlotte

June 7, 2004
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The administrative offices of FMC Lithium have relocated to Charlotte, N.C. The move involves approximately 45 employees who work within sales and marketing, sales service, accounting, IT, legal, and support service functions. E-mail addresses, phone numbers and fax numbers remain the same, and the company's manufacturing plant and R&D facilities will remain in Bessemer City, N.C. "The move of our administrative functions will provide economic and operational efficiencies, while being in closer proximity to the airport," stated Rudy Leemans, finance director. "We have resided at the Cox Road location since 1978, but felt that the global nature of our business required access to different technologies and amenities that would best serve our customers today and into the future."

The new address is Seven LakePointe Plaza, 2801 Yorkmont Rd., Suite 300, Charlotte, NC 28208. For more information, call (704) 868-5300 or (888) lithium, fax (704) 868-5370, e-mail lithium_info@fmc.com, or visit http://www.fmclithium.com.

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