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WIN A WEEKEND FOR TWO AT THE 2017 BRITISH GRAND PRIX
19 July 2016
Delegates at CBA’s Executive Conference on 15 September 2016 at the Williams Conference Centre, Grove, Wantage, Oxfordshire, will have the chance to win a weekend to remember at the British Grand Prix, to be held at the world-famous Silverstone circuit in 2017.
BUSINESS SENTIMENT TURNS NEGATIVE POST-BREXIT VOTE
5 July 2016
The Chemical Business Association’s (CBA) latest Supply Chain Trends Survey forecasts a significant downturn in trading conditions following the Brexit vote.
CBA Chairman’s letter On Brexit and Aftermath
30 June 2016
In the aftermath of the Brexit vote, all member companies are trying to work out the implications for their businesses and CBA has been asked for its guidance on the issues involved particularly in relation to REACH and the 2018 deadline.
23 January 2016
ORDERS DOWN, CURRENT SALES FLAT-LINING, MARGINS WORSENING
5 November 2015
The Chemical Business Association’s (CBA) Supply Chain Trends Survey for October 2015, reports a general slowdown in activity levels with order books weakening, sales flat-lining and margins worsening. Employment prospects, on the other hand, are reported to be improving.
CBA WINS EUROPEAN AWARD FOR ITS WORK ON CHEMICAL SECURITY
29 October 2015
The Chemical Business Association (CBA) has won the chemical security category in the Cefic European Responsible Care Awards for 2015.
WEAKENING IN ORDER BOOKS AND SALES, MARGINS REMAIN UNDER PRESSURE
4 June 2015
The Chemical Business Association’s (CBA) sixth Supply Chain Trends Survey reports a weakening in both order books and sales whilst margins remain under pressure.
ALMOST ONE MILLION JOURNEYS AND ZERO TRANSPORT INCIDENTS
20 May 2015
A new report by the Chemical Business Association (CBA) highlights the fact that the logistics companies in its membership completed almost one million separate journeys in 2014 without being involved in any transport incidents. Last year, these companies delivered nearly four million tonnes of chemicals to virtually every sector of the UK economy.
SUPPLY CHAIN ACCIDENTS AT ALL TIME LOW CBA REPORT
20 May 2015
The latest report from the Chemical Business Association (CBA) reveals that accidents to employees working in the UK chemical supply chain are at an all time low.