Resources

California Air Resources Board Short-Lived Climate Pollutants (SLCP) California has joined a worldwide movement to help stall climate change by limiting global warming to below a 2°C scientifically determined threshold through 2050.

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Like many other industries, the long-term growth and continued success of the foodservice equipment & supplies industry is tied directly to its ability to attract bright, enthusiastic new employees. Check out these recruiting and retention ideas and resources.

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To ensure that the voice of the U.S. manufacturing industry – including NAFEM members – is represented, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) is playing a key role in this conversation.

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Commercial foodservice equipment and supplies manufacturers took another step to engage in the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform process when NAFEM hosted a roundtable to share members’ perspectives with government officials Tuesday, Oct. 31, in Washington, D.C. The discussion supplemented NAFEM comments filed earlier this year about reducing burdensome regulations. These comments were provided in response […]

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NAFEM submitted comments to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Proposed Agency Information Collection Extension (82 Fed. Reg. 39,780; August 22, 2017) (DOE Information Collection Proposal).

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NACS ensures that business credit professionals have the tools they need to extend credit, increase sales and grow profitability. NACS facilitates the process for credit managers to make credit and terms decisions wisely. 

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Please join us in welcoming Dawn Parker to the NAFEM team in the newly created position of vice president, programs & partnerships. Read on to learn more about Dawn’s background and the programs and partnerships she’s spearheading.

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Our 2017 NAFEM Town Hall Tour was a tremendous success! Six cities. 150+ participants. And lots of enthusiastic discussion and feedback. Here’s a quick recap.

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NAFEM invites you to participate in several meetings next month in Washington, D.C.

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