The European construction market has a volume of approx. 13 trillion EUR – a huge opportunity for construction product manufacturers. However, many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with innovative or non-standard products shy away from the administrative and technical barriers they fear to encounter when entering the European market. The good news is that it is actually quite simple to obtain a Europe-wide 'passport' for non-standard construction products.
The European Technical Assessment (ETA) allows manufacturers to market their non-standard products all across Europe with the CE marking. Today manufacturers could learn more about this European assessment option and share your experiences and success stories with other SMEs and Technical Assessment Bodies. The conference gave opportunities for networking with the partners.
More information on the topics presented during the conference:
ETA – a reliable way to CE marking for construction products
EOTA – a competent partner for the construction industry
Manufacturers view of the ETA route – Exemplified by product group chimney kits
Experiences of a Notified Body with the ETA route for wood based construction products
Conversion of ETAGs into EADs – State of the Art
Legal aspects related to the ETA route
Where to find a Technical Assessment Body?