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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 […]


04.28.2022

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 […]


04.28.2022

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. […]


03.25.2022

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 […]


03.24.2022

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 […]


03.24.2022

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 […]


03.24.2022

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 […]


03.24.2022

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 […]


03.24.2022

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 […]


03.24.2022

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, […]


03.24.2022