CEA Trade Tour Rolls Into Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA- The Consumer Electronics Association’s “America Wins With Trade” tour bus rolled into Philadelphia Wednesday morning, where CEA personnel visited the headquarters of Neat Receipts, Inc., conducted a product demonstration, and then spoke with reporters.
Throughout, the CEA and Neat Receipts executives spoke of the need for ratification of pending free trade agreements- especially those with Colombia, Panama and South Korea- as well as a general pro-free trade position, which CEA senior vice president for industry affairs Jason Oxman said the industry supports “with one voice.”
The event began in the Market Street offices of Neat Receipts, a scanning solutions provider founded in 2002. As an employee demonstrated the company’s Neat Receipts and Neat Work products, CEO and cofounder Les Spero pointed out that the products are made in China with parts from Taiwan and elsewhere.