take-e-way News and Press Releases

Your podium to join the discussion – invitation to the Mercedes-Benz Arena

take-e-way and the association VERE e.V. bring together the participants of many and various interest groups and the present hot topics on a day and at a location to foster the exchange of views in order to approach the following decade of product responsibility in a constructive and solution-oriented way.
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Mandatory Value Added Tax application in Switzerland

Invoices from Swiss take-back systems operators to customers who do not have an office in Switzerland were previously issued without Swiss Value Added Tax (VAT). However, there has been a change which may affect you.
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Market Surveillance Regulation: Ensure compliance now and reap the benefits

take-e-way advises you to make preparations now and to close any conformity gaps in order to gain an advantage over non-compliant competitors.
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E-scooters are subject to the ABE, ElektroG, BattG and require insurance

According to an official communication from the EAR Foundation e-scooters continue to fall within the scope of application of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act.
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As of 22 July 2019, all electrical devices will be covered by the RoHS directive

TMK Retail Service & Consulting GmbH, an affiliate of take-e-way, will advise you free of charge on the subject of RoHS and, in cooperation with accredited testing institutes, will offer you services specially tailored for dealers in three stages.
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take-e-way's new telephone numbers

We have a new telephone number and the direct extensions of your contact persons at take-e-way have also changed.
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Pickups for musical instruments are small devices

Electromagnetic pickups are within the scope of application of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act.
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EU Commission responds to proposals by VERE members

The VERE Association endorses the new commission implementing regulation (EU) 2019/290 establishing the format for registration and reporting of producers of electrical and electronic equipment to the register as a step in the right direction.
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Packaging Act: LUCID registration without Dual System? take-e-way provides help

take-e-way points out that, following the LUCID registration, the planned quantities contracted with a Dual System for 2019 must be reported immediately in LUCID, plus the packaging quantities for 2018, which must be reported by 30 April.
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WEEE: Are your device types correct and complete?

In the course of the amendment to the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG = German WEEE conversion), a conversion of categories and device types was necessary last year.
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