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Industry Input Requested in Duty Relief Petition
Industry Input Requested in Duty Relief Petition
The American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act of 2016 (the Act) has established a new process for the submission and consideration of petitions for temporary duty suspensions and reductions.�Under the Act, Congress has tasked the U.S. International Tr...
Comment Periods Closing for EPA Rules on Chemical Prioritization, Risk Evaluation and TSCA Invent...
Comment Periods Closing for EPA Rules on Chemical Prioritization, Risk Evaluation and TSCA Invent...
As previously reported, EPA has proposed three framework rules under the amended Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA); comments are due March 14 and 20:
Rolling Updates on Tax Reform
Rolling Updates on Tax Reform
As the saga of tax reform is moving quickly in Congress, PLASTICS is monitoring the situation and�this page will be updated as new information becomes available (last update: 9am, 12/12).�PLASTICS supports tax reform, particularly the provisions on pas...
Delta Pacific Products in Union City, CA Hosts California Assemblyman Quirk
Delta Pacific Products in Union City, CA Hosts California Assemblyman Quirk
California Assemblyman Bill Quirk (D-20) toured long-time PLASTICS member Delta Pacific Products in Union City, California on August 17. In business since 1988, Delta Pacific Products is a full service plastic injection molding and medical device contr...
President Trump Proposes Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
President Trump Proposes Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
Surprising everyone�including his staff, Capitol Hill, the business community and the steel and aluminum industries�President Donald Trump recently suggested that he would unilaterally impose a 25-percent tariff on imported steel and a 10-percent tarif...
Rep. Larry Strickland Visits Raleigh Precision Products
Rep. Larry Strickland Visits Raleigh Precision Products
Raleigh Precision Products (RPP) recently showed off their capabilities and examples of the products they manufacture for North Carolina State Rep. Larry Strickland.