Ecodesign requirements on lighting products

FEM, CECE, CEMA and EGMF, representing manufacturers of materials handling, construction, agricultural and garden machinery, have sent a joint position on the draft Ecodesign Regulation on light sources and separate control gears. Whereas the current draft Regulation provides an exclusion for lighting products installed in motor vehicles the sectors request an extension of this exclusion… Read more »

Ecodesign requirements on lighting products

Joint industry letter on cybersecurity

Whereas the cybersecurity package is in the EU legislative pipeline, FEM has pulled together with other industries to send clear messages to decision-makers. The joint letter, initiated by Orgalime, urges to consider three key elements for a successful European cybersecurity certification framework: Do not limit the application of self-assessment Use ad-hoc consultation platforms for candidate… Read more »

Joint industry letter on cybersecurity

FEM speaks about Industry 4.0 @Intralogistica 2018

FEM Secretary General Olivier Janin took part in a workshop organised by ANIMA/AISEM during the Intralogistica 2018 exhibition in Milan. Mr. Janin presented the European legislative framework relevant to Industry 4.0. and more particularly artificial Intelligence, data and Cyber-security. For more information, see the FEM presentation

FEM speaks about Industry 4.0 @Intralogistica 2018

FEM IT Technical Committee meets in Bologna

The Technical Committee of the FEM industrial Trucks Product Group met on 15 May in Bologna. The meeting was hosted by Toyota Material Handling Manufacturing Italy and included a factory tour.

FEM IT Technical Committee meets in Bologna