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NAFEM has released its 2018 Size & Shape of the Industry Study, which reports NAFEM-member company 2017 sales in a variety of foodservice equipment and supplies categories.

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NAFEM attended a recent NRCan meeting in Ottawa where the staff discussed their efforts to harmonize codes and standards between the U.S. and Canada to support a smooth flow of trade between the two countries.

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The Senate is in session all of September and October. The House is in session the last week of September and first two weeks of October.

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Following are some additional resources that may be of interest to members considering how to best manage their supply chain. • Building the supply chain of the future, McKinsey & Company management consultants • Five essential stages in developing a successful supply chain, Trade Ready blog • Using supply chains to grow your business, Harvard Business Review

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In addition to continuing to seek impact statements from companies affected by the imports, CAMMU provides regular news, updated studies and other information.

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The work of this agency has been especially high-profile in light of the relatively recent Section 232 tariffs on imported steel and aluminum and Section 301 tariffs on imports from China.

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The Senate is in session the remainder of August. Both the House and Senate are in session September 4 – 14. The Senate is again in session September 17 – 24. Both houses of Congress are in session Sept. 25 – 28.  

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NAFEM’s Technical Liaison Committee (TLC) and Data Protocol Subcommittee (NDPSC) meet Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Gas Technologies Institute (GTI) Lab in Des Plaines, Ill.

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Partnering with allied organizations is a key strategy in NAFEM’s advocacy efforts to advance the industry’s point-of-view with elected and appointed officials within federal and state government. Our voice often has more influence when combined with other businesses and industries who have similar perspectives on pending decisions. One of the groups we’ve partnered with – the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) – recently shared information on their advocacy initiatives with NAFEM.

 

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