Personal EU Batteries Regulation Training
Ready for the new Batteries Regulation (EU) 2023/1542

Find out which obligations the EU Batteries Regulation places on you and how to deal with them in your specific case. Receive comprehensive information on how to implement your obligations with regard to labelling, battery passport, EPR and due diligence obligations in the supply chain.

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Optimal marketability for your non-food products

trade-e-bility GmbH is a company that was founded in 2014. We offer external quality management for non-food products for you as a manufacturer, importer and retailer. The objective is to actively accompany the manufacturing or purchasing process and to check all aspects of marketability. trade-e-bility also helps you with your sustainability management around the Supply Chain Act (LkSG), CSR reporting obligations and voluntary guidelines in the area of environment and ethics.

As a result, you as a customer are protected as far as possible from warnings and can successfully develop new customers and business fields in a focussed manner. We are independent of testing institutes, combine many years of know-how with modern process management and thus enable you to produce product conformity at low prices.

Our group-wide ISO 9001 quality management ensures that all services are always aligned with the needs and expectations of our customers.
DIN EN ISO 14001:2015 certification for our group-wide environmental management makes us an environmentally friendly and sustainable company.

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News

Energy consumption labelling warning

In October, the ECJ ruled that the obligation for sellers to refer to the energy efficiency class and the range of efficiency classes in their visually perceptible advertising or technical promotional material arises directly from Regulation 2017/1369.

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EU supply chain directive stopped

The CDU/CSU parliamentary group is calling for the European Council to work in favour of stopping the European Supply Chain Directive and for a moratorium on burdens that does not impose any additional bureaucracy on businesses and citizens until the end of 2025.

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Standardised charging interfaces adopted

Mobile phones, tablets, notebooks, digital cameras, eBook readers, headphones and similar devices are affected. Most devices must comply with the new regulations by 28 December 2024, all devices by 28 April 2028.

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