Participate now in a study on the added value of ETA route to CE marking
EOTA invites manufacturers, their business associations and Technical Assessment Bodies to participate in a study on the added value of EADs and ETAs. Its objective is to gather information on the strengths and challenges of the ETA route to CE marking and identify its importance to the European construction sector.
The study is carried out by the Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) on behalf of EOTA. Your personal data will be treated in the strictest confidence and not be shared with EOTA or third parties.
We appreciate that this is a time of great challenge but ask that you spare the time to complete this survey. Your opinions will feed into EOTA’s future activities and discussions on the CPR review. We greatly appreciate your contribution.
Further questions on the study?
Please feel free to contact Ms Alessandra Caputo: email@example.com; +39 02 84101771