Accreditation activity and use of symbols halted in Russia and Belarus

Conformity assurance bodies – like CSA, Intertek, NSF and UL – have received word from their “mother” organization, the ANSI […]


April at-a-glance … taxes, tariffs & trade

More than 350 of the 549 expired Section 301 product tariff exclusions on imports from China were reinstated by the […]


USTR Reinstates Certain Exclusions from China Section 301 Tariffs

USTR announced March 25, that some China Section 301 product exclusions will be reinstated and effective until Dec. 31, 2022. […]


March at-a-glance … supply chain

On March 3, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Technology heard from Daniel Maffei, chair of the Federal […]


March at-a-glance … environment

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed more stringent standards to reduce emissions from commercial-delivery trucks and short-haul tractors beginning […]


DOC seeks help from NAFEM members to support Ukrainians

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) reached out to NAFEM about the need for donated commercial refrigeration equipment to help […]


What makes a CEO successful?

CEO Excellence draws on interviews from dozens of top-performing leaders of some of the world’s most successful companies to identify […]


March at-a-glance … energy

After its Feb. 11 roundtable discussion on whether it should request the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to reopen comments […]


NAFEM resources center valuable tool to keep abreast of issues

Information specific to NAFEM members on everything from the conflict in Ukraine to government actions, and from human resources to […]


March at-a-glance … regulations

In the U.S., the current focus on extended producer responsibility (EPR) laws is primarily directed at plastic and packaging. However, […]