Internal Market: Enhancing EU manufacturing competitiveness with a future-proof approach to placing products on the Single Market

Published: 27 June 2023

Policies & Issues: Internal Market - Compliance, Standards & Enforcement

Orgalim represents Europe’s technology industries, comprised of 770,000 innovative companies spanning the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics, ICT and metal technology branches. As our industries work to absorb an unprecedented number of new legal requirements for products intended to accelerate the Green and Digital transition, greater political attention on preserving the competitiveness of the EU’s industrial base is needed. This includes ensuring that the implementation of all the new rules that are being put in place is manageable, particularly for smaller companies. 

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Authors

Le Goff-Jedrzejowicz
Helena Le Goff-Jedrzejowicz
Adviser - Internal Market
Boledi
Federica Boledi
Manager - Internal Market and Digital

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