Risks of Non-Compliance for Pressure Equipment
Non-compliant products enter the EU Market everyday - whether manufacturer knowingly does so or due to a lack of control from the EU importer/distributor on the compliance requirements of products.
Each Competent Authorities of Member State focus on conducting systematic surveillance of products which are being made available on the market. This can include pulling products off of shelves, stopping products at customs or even deploying bots online to identify non-EU based e-commerce shops which mention that they ship to the EU Market.
In the case that a product is found to be non-complaint, the main consequences include, but are not limited to:
- Being publicly reported to the RAPEX,
- Warehousing Fees,
- Requested Withdrawal,
- Mandated Withdrawal,
- Product Recall (from end-users and/or the market),
- Complete ban on marketing of the product,
- Destruction of the product,
- Revocation of the CE Marking.
The professionalism and expertise of the appointed Authorized Representative in dealing with various Competent Authorities and handling post-market surveillance case play a vital role in the successful recovery of your brand in the EU Market.
- The Directive: PED 2014/68/EU
- Path to EU Market Entry
- Authorized Representative
- Post-Marketing Surveillance
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