How the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act could forever change the supply chain
from Supply Chain Brain
In 2008, Congress passed the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). Manufacturers large and small immediately created an uproar, claiming the law required unreasonable and costly testing and that it could cost the U.S. economy millions, if not billions, of dollars. Nonetheless, new aspects of the CPSIA went in to effect as recently as February. The CPSIA may have created new challenges for the supply chain, but it also creates new opportunities.
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