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Top 3 Ways to Optimize Procurement

28th Apr 2023
79% of companies revealed their business was impacted by supply chain disruptions. Learn how to avoid this with a strong procurement strategy.
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EPA Bans Chrysotile Asbestos Under TSCA

01st Apr 2024
On March 18th, EPA banned chrysotile asbestos, the last form of asbestos used in the United States, under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
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Latest Updates: Taiwan Earthquake Impact on Semiconductor Supply Chain

By Joe Corbisiero
A 7.4 magnitude earthquake shook Taiwan on Wednesday, threatening the supply chain for 92% of the globe's advanced semiconductors.
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EPA Bans Chrysotile Asbestos Under TSCA

By Joe Corbisiero
On March 18th, EPA banned chrysotile asbestos, the last form of asbestos used in the United States, under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
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SVHC Candidate List Update 2024

By Joe Corbisiero
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has added five new substances to the REACH SVHC Candidate List, which now contains a total of 240 entries as of January 2024.
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U.S. Invests in Chip Factories in Colorado and Oregon

By Victoria Cross
On January 4th, the Biden administration announced a commitment to allocate $162 million to Microchip Technology, aiming to bolster the domestic production of computer chips. This marks the latest announcement associated with a 2022 law aimed at revitalizing semiconductor manufacturing in the United States.
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EPA Prioritizes Five Chemicals for Risk Evaluation Under TSCA

By Joe Corbisiero
In an effort to strengthen chemical safety regulations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the initiation of the prioritization process for five additional toxic chemicals under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). This decision may substantially impact manufacturers as the EPA takes steps to evaluate the risks associated with these chemicals.
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Cargo Ships Avoid the Suez Canal after Red Sea Attacks

By Joe Corbisiero
Cargo vessels are avoiding the Red Sea after Houthi rebels started attacking commercial ships off the Yemen coast. Since mid-November, the rebel group has attacked ships in protest of Israel’s escalating response against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The attacks threaten to disrupt supply chains as the Red Sea is a critical shipping route leading into the Suez Canal. Ships avoiding the Red Sea must now travel around Africa’s Cape of Good Hope.

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