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2018 CCTI Fall Meeting will be held in Chicago, IL in October, please register by clicking here!

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Registration is underway for the 
CCTI Fall & Technical  Meeting 
in Chicago, IL on October 14-16, 2018
Reminder:  Be sure to register for the 2018 Fall & Technical Meeting, which will be held October 14-16, at the Union League Club of Chicago (ULCC).  

The CCTI Fall & Technical meeting will offer attendees networking opportunities, educational sessions, and the opportunity to participate in the CCTI Trade Show Booth during Pack Expo, as a PMMI Partner.   

Technical Committee members are invited to attend the 2018 Technical Meeting to review the CCTI Technical Documents.  If you are interested in participating in the CCTI Technical Committee, please contact the office.  All CCTI members and technical staff are welcome to participate.

Speaker presentations will include updates from the recycling industry and insights on how new government regulations will impact manufacturing companies such as tariffs and tax code changes.

CCTI's partnership with PMMI, also includes complimentary Pack Expo registration for our members please use code: 81V57  Don't miss the opportunity to display your company collateral in the CCTI booth (N-4536), located in the Association Partner Pavilion.  Contact the CCTI office if you plan to bring or send collateral for exhibition so we can reserve your space accordingly.

We invite you to help us staff the booth and take advantage of this  valuable opportunity to meet with potential customers, e xplore new trends and the latest products, as well as, visit with vendors for new business opportunities, innovations and more.

Additionally, CCTI Associate Members are invited to speak to the membership about their products during the CCTI Membership Breakfast.  If you'd like to participate in this special speaking opportunity, contact Andrea Ball at or call the office at 703-823-7234, as space is limited to three associate member presentations at this event.
Deadline to reserve your hotel room by September 15th!  Call (312) 427-7800 and take advantage of our special $199 room rate. You must reference the CCTI meeting to receive this rate. A limited number of rooms are available after the CCTI Fall Meeting, for those spending additional days in Chicago for Pack Expo.  This special rate will not be available after the cut off date of Sept 15th.  Please note the dress code at the Union League Club.

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China's Tariffs, CCIC, Buying Slowdown Affects US markets; OCC for US Mills Holds Across the Country

China continues to shake up recovered paper markets in the USA in several ways as it has slowed its buying of secondary fiber, leaving more material in the USA. Ample supply of old corrugated containers (OCC) remained in the USA as China's demand has weakened, industry contacts told PPI Pulp & Paper Week this week.
In addition, contacts reported difficulty moving material overseas related to continual slowdowns from China's CCIC (China Certification and Inspection Group) and its recent 25% tariff on recovered paper imports. US recovered paper pricing mostly stabilized from the month prior as a result.

Trump's Trade War With China is Intensifying - Here's What Tariffs Are, and How They Could AffectYou

  • President Donald Trump hit Chinese imports to the US with massive tariffs on Thursday.
  • China responded with tariffs on US products.
  • Tariffs are taxes on imports designed to boost US production of goods.
  • The new tariffs will cause costs to go up for businesses that use imported goods from China - and possibly jump prices for consumer goods, too.
President Donald Trump's  tariffs on $16 billion worth of Chinese goods went into effect at midnight on Thursday, prompting a swift response from the Chinese.
The Trump administration said the tariffs are necessary to protect national security and the intellectual property of US businesses. Trump has also repeatedly expressed a desire to shrink the US's trade deficit with China and protect American businesses from being undercut by Chinese producers.
 Full story here.


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