Exporting to Europe
When a company is ready to export its products to Europe in order to benefit from business opportunities in this important market, it is confronted with a complex set of product regulations, certification procedures and product liability issues. It is at that point that there is a need for a European representative to look after its regulatory responsibilities. Companies new to Europe will need the help of a well-established organization for counseling on subjects such as applicable requirements and conformity assessment procedures, as well as for operating as the contact person for European and national market surveillance authorities and for customers in all regulatory matters. In short, there will be a need for a European business advocate that will deal with both technical and legal problems on behalf of these companies.
Please note that for certain products, like medical devices, it is compulsory under European law to have an authorized representative which is located in Europe. However, manufacturers of other than medical products also discovered that it is very beneficial to work with European Authorised Representative. Please feel free to contact us so we can discuss how EAR can support your business in Europe.