Order Books and Sales Bounce Back (Supply Chain Survey – October 2020)
20 October 2020
Order books and sales have bounced back since the last Supply Chain Trends Survey by the Chemical Business Association (CBA) in June 2020 and are now showing a positive survey-to-survey swing of more than 50%. Future sales margins, on the other hand, are forecast to fall by more than 25% over the next three months.
UK REACH – Welcome Move, But Problems Remain
2 September 2020
Peter Newport, CBA Chief Executive, said, “CBA broadly welcomes the Government’s revised approach to UK REACH. But the key issues remain concerning the testing data supporting UK REACH registrations and the fees proposed to fund this process
CBA’S 2020 MEMBER SURVEY PROVIDES a SIGNIFICANT ENDORSEMENT OF its ACTIVITIES and PERSONNEL
10 August 2020
Members have given CBA a massive vote of confidence endorsing its performance, services and
effectiveness. No question in the Survey received an approval rating of less than 90% (the
equivalent data from the 2017 survey is 70%)
UK’s NEW START LET’s GET GOING – HOW CBA CAN HELP
10 August 2020
The “UK’s New Start” Government campaign urges us to ‘Check, Change, Go.’ But what do you need to know to ‘Check and Change’ so that your business can ‘Go’ when the UK-EU transition period ends?
CBA ‘s series of workshops will help answer these questions.
New Branding for CBA’s Workshops & Seminars – Compliance++
3 July 2020
CBA is rebranding its seminars and workshop programme. A new identity, now including an online format, provides a new momentum for CBA’s industry-leading series of authoritative and cost-effective seminars and workshops helping member companies maximise regulatory compliance whilst minimising its cost.
CBA SUPPORTS LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER
2 July 2020
CBA was a signatory to a industry-wide letter to the Prime Minister warning of the consequences of a bad Brexit or a No Deal exit from the European Union on 31 December 2020.
Distributor Indices of Performance (IoP) 2019 News
25 June 2020
CBA’s latest report on the safety, health, security and environmental performance of its distributor member companies for 2019 shows a decline in the number of transport incidents, no change in the number of on-site accidents, and a slight increase in the industry’s Lost Time Accident Rate. In 2019, no convictions were recorded against CBA member companies. In 2019, CBA members companies completed more than 1.25 million separate journeys to distribute over four million tonnes of chemicals.
Logistics Indices of Performance (IoP) 2019 News
25 June 2020
The CBA Logistics Index, now in its fourteenth year, is based on 19 returns from haulage, warehousing, and tank farm companies that together employ 2,466 people.
Measuring the health, safety, security, and environmental performance of its logistics members, offers a series of annual performance indicators comparable to those covering CBA’s distributor members that have been published since 1993 and provides an end-to-end snapshot of the UK chemical supply chain.
MAJOR DECLINE IN ORDER BOOKS AND SALES – EMPLOYMENT TURNS NEGATIVE (Supply Chain Survey – June 2020)
22 June 2020
MAJOR DECLINE IN ORDER BOOKS AND SALES – EMPLOYMENT TURNS NEGATIVE