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NACD Annual Meeting

The NACD Annual Meeting is the highlight of the year for the chemical distribution industry. It’s a time where industry leaders, together with their customers and colleagues, learn from each other new ways to lead high performing companies, to improve sales organizations and better understand challenges facing all of us. 

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NACD Membership Resources and Benefits Webinar

NACD Membership Resources and Benefits Webinar

September 01, 2021

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Northeast Region Events

Northeast Region Events

September 27, 2021

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The Distributors' Role in Sustainability

The Distributors' Role in Sustainability

October 27, 2021

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Exporting Chemicals 101

Exporting Chemicals 101

October 28, 2021

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NACD Annual Meeting 2021

NACD Annual Meeting 2021

November 08, 2021

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Responsible Distribution

Responsible Distribution is NACD’s mandatory, third-party verified environmental, health, safety & security program where members demonstrate their commitment to continuous performance improvement in every phase of chemical storage, handling, transportation, and disposal.

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Responsible Reflections Blog

Duke Courses are Heading Back to the Classroom
September 22, 2021
Duke Courses are Heading Back to the Classroom

We’re pleased to announce that the Duke Executive Education courses will be offering live in-person events once again this fall – and that NACD members can still benefit from reduced rates by booking through our website.


Increased TSCA Fees Jeopardize American Supply Chains
September 15, 2021
Increased TSCA Fees Jeopardize American Supply Chains

For over a year, chemical distributors that import ingredients from foreign countries have been dealing with severe supply chain disruptions that threaten the viability of their businesses. Yet, while President Biden has taken actions to address these problems along our supply chain, his United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a rule that could undercut that progress.


 
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