NACD presents a quick look at the association's accomplishments and accolades in 2016.
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Since 1971, NACD has united an international community of distributors and supply-chain partners who formulate, blend, re-package, warehouse, transport, and market chemical products for over 750,000 customers.
|NACD and IWLA Sign Memorandum of Understanding
NACD and the International Warehouse Logistics Association have signed a memorandum of understanding pledging to work towards three main goals: increase cooperation on issues impacting the supply chain; increase mutual awareness of membership issues; and examine ways to expand the services offered by each organization.
|NACD Attends International Chemical Trade Association Meeting
Recently, members of the International Chemical Trade Association (ICTA) joined together during the National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD) Annual Meeting in Phoenix to discuss issues critical to the global chemical distribution industry. Although not a current member of ICTA, NACD attended the event as an official observer.
|Mathew A. Brainerd of Brainerd Chemical Company Inc. Named NACD Distributor of the Year
NACD today named Mathew A. Brainerd, chairman and owner of Brainerd Chemical Company, Inc., the 2016 Distributor of the Year. Recipients of this award demonstrate outstanding commitment to the chemical distribution community and work steadfastly on behalf of NACD and the entire industry.
|NACD Members Meet in Phoenix for 45th Annual Meeting
The event brings together chemical distribution industry leaders and their suppliers, customers and colleagues to discuss ways to improve business performance, management skills, safety, security and more. High-profile speakers and panelists are discussing issues facing the chemical distribution industry ranging from improving cybersecurity to tackling regulatory challenges before a near record-breaking audience of more than 650 attendees.
|NACD and ANIQ Sign Memorandum of Understanding
NACD and the Asociación Nacional de la Industria Química (ANIQ), the national chemical industry associations of the United States and Mexico, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreeing to recognize the value of each organization’s environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S) programs known as Responsible Distribution and Responsabilidad Integral. The MOU also encompassed best practices, information sharing and additional support.
|Rail Customers Express Support for Proposal to Increase Freight Rail Competition
Organizations representing thousands of companies that ship goods—everything from chemicals to building materials to agricultural products—voiced their strong support for a proposal that would increase access to competitive freight rail service.
|NACD Members Meet with Community and Industry Leaders to Discuss Chemical Safety at West Virginia Workshop
Today, members of the National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD) met with chemical industry colleagues, community leaders and state officials in West Virginia for the Enhancing Chemical Safety and Environmental Performance workshop.
|NACD Statement on U.S. Chemical Safety Board Freedom Industries Report
NACD President Eric R. Byer released the following statement about the U.S. Chemical Safety Board final report on the January 2014 chemical spill at Freedom Industries in Charleston, West Virginia, that was released today:
|Chemical Distribution Industry Productivity Report Reveals Continued Increases in Sales and Profitability
Recently released results from NACD's annual Company Productivity Report show a continued aggregate increase in sales in the chemical distribution industry. The report finds that industry firms experienced a dollar sales growth of 2.1 percent in 2015.
Duke Leadership Program
December 11-16, 2016
Webinar: NACD Preventive Controls of Human and Animal Food under FSMA
January 19, 2017
Duke Leadership Program
February 5-10, 2017
Webinar: Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food under FSMA
February 16, 2017