June ’24 at-a-glance … supply chain

The International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA), which staffs ports from Boston to Houston, announced its intention to “stand firm” in pending […]


06.27.2024

June ’24 at-a-glance … taxes, tariffs & trade

Following its statutory four-year review of the Section 301 tariffs on imports from China, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has […]


06.27.2024

Amplifying members’ voices

NAFEM regularly joins forces with other organizations to advance the industry’s perspective with elected and appointed officials. Highlights of recent […]


06.27.2024

How AI will drive change in the supply chain 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to have a significant impact on all aspects of supply chain operations, beginning in the […]


06.27.2024

June ’24 at-a-glance … regulations

Colorado became the first U.S. state to govern artificial intelligence (AI) when Governor Polis signed Senate Bill 24-205. The law, […]


06.27.2024

June ’24 at-a-glance … energy

NAFEM’s Advocacy Action Center makes it easy for members to reach out to elected officials about burdensome energy-efficiency regulations for […]


06.27.2024

June ’24 at-a-glance … environment

Approved refrigerant substitutions for commercial ice machines, industrial refrigeration, retail food refrigeration systems, commercial ice machines and stand-alone retail refrigeration […]


06.27.2024

May ’24 at-a-glance … regulations

On April 23, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced its final overtime rule, raising the minimum salary threshold above […]


05.23.2024

Increasing customer demand fueling employee burnout 

Customer expectations continue to evolve post-pandemic. A recent Gallup survey of nearly 20,000 U.S. employees found that 43% of customers […]


05.23.2024

May ’24 at-a-glance … environment

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new Strategic Civil-Criminal Enforcement Policy could more consistently determine when the agency pursues criminal […]


05.23.2024