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Good news for NAFEM members who have imported List 2 items from China that have now been excluded from tariffs.

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NAFEM and many others have provided feedback to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on its proposed rule to address current delays in requests for interim waivers.

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In its suggested updates to the Process Rule (see related article in the NAFEM in Action section), DOE proposed to define an energy-saving threshold to satisfy the Energy Policy and Conservation Act requirement that a new or amended energy conservation standard must result in significant conservation of energy.

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Through its comments submitted to and testimony before the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), NAFEM helped secure 41 product exclusions from the final List 1 and List 2 of the Section 301 25-percent tariffs on items imported from China. Items excluded from the tariffs include air purifiers powered by compressed air; hand-cleaning/sanitizing dispensers; control boards for stoves, ranges and ovens; some thermometers; some iron and steel parts; and a variety of other items. Additionally, NAFEM secured the removal of multiple component and finished goods from List 3.

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Founder Christopher Huebner began his foodservice career as an equipment dealer. However, it didn’t take long before he started offering design services using his CAD knowledge, and within a few years even opening a consulting firm specializing in Revit.

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NAFEM has released its 2019 Compensation & Benefit Study, which was designed to assess compensation and benefits practices of NAFEM member companies.

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There’s no denying that ice cream is a frozen favorite around the world, especially on hot summer days. But have you ever stopped to wonder how your favorite flavors found their way to cones, pints, popsicle sticks and more?

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Diners everywhere have become a much more sophisticated crowd. With the rise of Instagram-worthy plates and global flavor infusions, creativity and innovation have become a norm in the foodservice industry.

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More than 3 million businesses of all sizes (including NAFEM) count on membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to advance the perspective of business in Washington, D.C.

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