SOCMA is pleased to unveil its inaugural edition of Specialty Insights, a semi-annual publication especially designed for association members and those who are interested in the specialty and fine chemical value chain.
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Welcome to the new SOCMA! The association today unveiled its new modern brand that clearly focuses on its members and how SOCMA provides solutions for a dynamic specialties industry.
Arlington, VA – The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) has published the 2019 edition of its TSCA manual, TSCA Compliance: A Company Guide, to serve as an industry resource for companies looking to develop and implement a site-specific TSCA compliance program.
Arlington, VA – The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates is headed to New Orleans for its inaugural SOCMA Week. The event will serve to celebrate the success of our industry, but more importantly, be the catalyst for professionals in the specialties value chain to trade operational best practices and discuss pain points with colleagues facing the same issues.
ARLINGTON, VA – The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) is pleased to announce that Texas Senator Kelly Hancock (R) will keynote the inaugural Specialty & Custom Chemicals America trade show, February 11-14, in Fort Worth, TX.
SOCMA’s 14th Annual SOCMA Golf Tournament and Dinner is turning out to be one of the best ever, and if you have not yet signed up, I encourage you to do it now!
On June 13 SOCMA hosted its inaugural Specialties Forum at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia, PA, that brought together executive-level decision makers at this invitation-only half-day event.
If the proposed Section 301 China tariffs are implemented or uncertainty continues, there will be less demand for U.S.-made chemicals. Thus, the Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) today asked the Administration to work with industry and World Trade Organization (WTO) trading partners to coordinate non-tariff strategies to address China’s intellectual property (IP) theft, forced technology transfers, and industrial policies that restrict U.S. commerce.