INDA urges Washington to take steps to ensure an adequate domestic supply chain for PPEs

WILMOT, NH, January 21, 2021-

Coming after a year in which major global suppliers of personal protective equipment (PPEs) were told by their governments to prioritize domestic needs over those of foreign customers, many countries are looking for ways to guarantee they can meet their own requirements in future crises. The United States is not unique in that effort, and industry association INDA wrote US officials in late December offering several suggestions on how to achieve that goal.

The letter signed by INDA president Dave Rousse went to the US Department of Commerce (DOC) in response to a request by the department for public comments. It was addressed to DOC's Bureau of Industry and Security, Office of Technology Evaluation.

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