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CBA News

CBA AWARDS FOR SUPPLY CHAIN EXCELLENCE

2 May 2014

The Chemical Business Association’s (CBA) announced the winners of its annual Responsible Care and Community Interaction Awards on 30 April 2014. The Awards were presented at CBA’s Annual Lunch, held at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London - the largest UK event for the chemical supply chain which this year attracted more than 1,000 members and their guests. Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE, the world-famous explorer, presented the Awards.

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POSITIVE OUTLOOK FOR ORDERS AND SALES - CBA SUPPLY

2 May 2014

The latest Supply Chain Trends Survey from the Chemical Business Association (CBA) reveals an increasingly positive outlook for order books as well as current and future sales. The survey also shows that CBA member companies expect the current pressure on sales margins to ease over the next three months.

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ReFaC expands its service portfolio

30 January 2014

ReFaC is expanding its service portfolio beyond the REACH legislation and the Classification, Labelling and Packaging Regulations (CLP) and is now seeking to assist its clients to comply with a broader range of regulatory issues.

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FEE FOR INTERVENTION ‘A DANGEROUS MODEL’ - HSE REVIEW

15 January 2014

The Chemical Business Association (CBA) has welcomed one of the key findings of an independent review of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), which has concluded that Fee for Intervention (FFI) is a ‘dangerous model’, and should be phased out unless its current perceived weaknesses can be rectified.

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SALES IMPROVING BUT MARGINS SQUEEZED - CBA SUPPLY CHAIN TRENDS SURVEY

11 December 2013

The Chemical Business Association’s Supply Chain Trends Survey reveals increasing levels of current sales and increasing confidence about levels of future sales. The survey also shows that current sales margins are being squeezed, but that this pressure is likely to ease over the next three months.

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