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U.S. Chemical Shipment Held at EU Port for Failing to Show Reach Papers

9:40 AM MST | February 27, 2009 | Alex Scott

A shipment of chemicals from the U.S. has been temporarily held in a port in the European Union (EU) as EU officials demanded evidence of pre-registration and compliance according to the EU’s Registration, Evaluation, and Authorisation of Chemicals (Reach) program, says regulatory services firm BMT Cordah (London).   BMT Cordah is the chemical shipper’s only representative for Reach in the EU. BMT Cordah says in light of the incident that it is now recommending to its clients that they include documentation proving that they have...

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