The European Commission's proposal for a new Batteries Regulation recommended several new elements that will effectively improve the quality of the batteries circulating in the single market. Read more!
Within the model of the EU circular economy, the economic operators have to comply with the WEEE Directive. Discover all the details in our article!
On December 16, 2020, the European Commission published the EU’s Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade.
Read more about the topic in this article.
The Court of Justice of the European Union released a Judgement regarding the placing on the market of defeat devices on diesel engines. Read more about it here.
On May 12, 2020, the Chinese government has published a new safety standard for batteries of electric vehicles, the GB 38031-2020 standard.
European Motor Vehicle Regulation 2018/858 entered full effect in September 2020. Talk to our EU regulatory experts about your vehicle or product's compliance.
As of July 2022, the new rules require all vehicle models introduced on the European market to be equipped with advanced safety features.
Find out more about the technical requirements and approval process for motor vehicles under EU regulation 2018/46/EC entering effect in September 2020.
Full adherence to all compliance-related matters is a hugely important part of introducing a product to the European Market – or indeed maintaining its position there. Each category of CE Marking certifiable product has its own set of regulations or directives, from medical devices to personal protective equipment to toys, and electromagnetic devices to construction products and motor vehicles.
Find out more about the products and vehicles affected by EU Regulation 2016/1628/EU relating to gaseous and particulate pollutant emission limits in Europe