New EU regulatations require companies to stay up-to-date and ahead!
The EU commission has announced a new regulation on market surveillance that will forever change the way economic operators who are involved in placing non-food products into the hands of EU consumers run their business.
- Do you know what compliance evidence to collect?
- Do you have an efficient way to collect, review, organize, share compliance evidence?
- Do you have the resources, the knowledge to deal with this? In short: are you ready to engage in this transition in time?
This new regulation was needed to ensure a level playing field for businesses operating in the European market and to ensure the well-being of EU consumers in a market that is flooded with non-compliant products. The new regulation now includes responsibilities for fulfilment service providers and non-EU distance sellers and increases the responsibilities for retailers and e-commerce platforms and amends those for importers and brand-owners.
The EU commission has already signed off another related regulation on the mutual recognition of non-harmonized goods, including food contact materials. This will be addressed as well.
- Imagine, what will happen when market surveillance authorities can charge you with all the cost they have in case of a non-compliance!
- Imagine, what will happen when retail, e-tail, fulfilment service providers and non-EU distance sellers will get the same responsibilities as importers and brand-owners/manufacturers have today!
- Does this impact your business? That of your customer? That of your competition? Can you suppliers deal with this?
Get the latest insight at a workshop by ProductIP on May 28th in the Royal Park Hotel in Shatin. We will address not one but two new regulations:
- The new way the EU is going to deal with compliance of non-food consumer goods.
- The new regulation on mutual recognition of non-harmonised goods, including food contact materials.
Minimise the impact that this will have on your business. You may sign up for the seminar via the following link: