CECIP webinar: Brexit – 1 April (members only)



On 1 January the Brexit transition period ended and the UK is also in practice not an EU Member State anymore. Although a comprehensive trade deal was signed there still will be significant changes for weighing companies trading between the UK and EU. For example, marking and conformity assessment requirements will change at the end of 2021. To inform all CECIP members about the consequences of Brexit for the weighing industry and what they should do in practice to continue trading, CECIP organises a webinar on this topic on 1 April from 14.00 to 15.30 CET. We’re glad to announce that head of the NMO, Mannie Panesar, will give a presentation during this webinar.

Registration is possible via the following link: https://bit.ly/2KategJ. This webinar is only for members of CECIP national associations, so registrations will be checked and only members will receive the link to participate. If you have any questions or comments you can contact Tim Hamers (tim.hames@cecip.eu).


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CECIP is the European association for national trade organisations representing the European manufacturers of weighing instruments. Founded in 1958, CECIP has today 14 members. These include 11 national member associations from: Austria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom and three company members from Portugal, Sweden and Turkey. The weighing industry has gone through tremendous changes in the past decades with new technologies and techniques being introduced in all sectors. Nowadays weighing instruments plays an important role in every industry, contributing to the quality of the final product. Today, CECIP is playing its role within Europe, striving for common and harmonised standards to be adopted at European and International levels. These standards and legislation should provide safety and quality to both consumers and users of weighing instruments. CECIP aims to provide valuable contributions to improve the quality of legislation and standards.