- Sep. 9, 2009 -
NEWTOWN, CT – TÜVRheinland®
, the leading provider of testing and certification services for companies entering the global marketplace, has added new East Coast locations to its popular half-day seminar “Challenges of Exporting to the European Union.” The seminar series is taking place at various cities throughout the country this fall.
The informative workshop helps exporters understand the updated Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC)
, the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2004/108/EC)
, and other relevant European Union directives and standards for the industrial market.
Starting December 29, the newly revised Machinery Directive goes into effect. Changes span many new sections from regulations for guards to Risk Assessment requirements. Not complying with this new European standard might block U.S. manufacturers from receiving a CE Mark – a necessary label for industrial products.
s seminar will also cover directives and standards in general, their impact on machinery manufacturers, types of products requiring certification, the process of compliance, and a how-to on Risk Assessment.
Upcoming East Coast workshops include:
o October 6, Raleigh, N.C.
o October 7, Jacksonville, Fla.
o Oct. 19, Rochester, N.Y.
o Oct. 21, a location in New Jersey will be announced
o Oct. 22, Boxborough, Mass.
To register or receive more information about the seminars, call 1-TUV-RHEINLAND (888-743-4652)
delivers premier independent testing, assessment, and certification services to help companies gain access into global markets. Boasting an international network across six continents, the company’s in-country experts ease the path to compliance with cost-effective pricing and quick turnaround times. The $1.5 billion corporation is comprised of an international network of more than 13,300 employees in 61 countries and serves most industry sectors and markets worldwide. For more information, visit www.us.TÜV.com.
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delivers premier independent testing, assessment, and certification services to help companies gain access into global markets.