Posts Tagged ‘ Jeff Henderson ’

AEC Advocates for Overhaul of Aluminum 232 Exclusions Process

Jul 26th, 2022

The Aluminum Extruders Council (AEC) on July 20 testified in a U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) hearing regarding the economic impact of Section 232 and 301 tariffs on U.S. industries. The AEC and its president, Jeff Henderson, say domestic extruders are put at a disadvantage by the current process. “Despite some initial relief for the […]

Material Suppliers Fight for Their Rights

Mar 23rd, 2020

In his call to the nation for help slowing the spread of COVID-19, President Trump implored those working in critical infrastructure industries, such as healthcare and food supply, to maintain normal work hours. Urging a “special responsibility” to Americans and leaning on the Homeland Security Act of 2002, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) […]

Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Reinstated on Brazil and Argentina

Dec 2nd, 2019

President Trump announced Monday morning that tariffs would be restored immediately on steel and aluminum from Brazil and Argentina in response to the countries devaluing their currencies. Both Brazil and Argentina were exempt from the original Section 232 tariffs imposed in March 2018, which placed a 25% tariff on steel and 10% tariff on aluminum. […]

Aluminum Extruders to Develop EPD Standard for Industry

Apr 14th, 2016

As the industry continues to work toward life cycle analysis of door and window products, and develop Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), the Aluminum Extruders Council will now develop EPDs to document the environmental performance of aluminum extrusions produced in the U.S. and Canada. An EPD is an independently verified document that speaks to the lifecycle […]

Report: Tariffs on Chinese Imports Boost U.S. Aluminum Extruders

Dec 8th, 2014

Roughly four years ago, the Department of Commerce imposed anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of aluminum extrusions from China to give domestic extruders a fairer share of the market. According to one study, it’s worked out well for U.S. extruders, though the contest is far from over.

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