take-e-way and Great Lakes Reinsurance (a subsidiary of Munich Re) advise on the EU-wide registration and the insolvency-proof guarantee – Arrange an appointment now!
On February 14th the period given to implement the WEEE directive into national law of the 28 EU member states did terminate.
Important markets such as Great Britain and Italy have already taken measures for the implementation or have completely implemented the directive. Other states such as for instance Germany are working at high pressure on the implementation.
This complex situation generates new calculation risks when selling in particular for the concerned manufacturers, importers and dealers of photovoltaic modules: The daily observation of the WEEE implementation and the bureaucratic challenges in the target markets are almost impossible to be managed by inexperienced decision makers.
In Germany, besides the complex registration process, in particular the obligatory insolvency-proof guarantee raises lots of questions.
For this reason the EU-wide acting WEEE service provider take-e-way and the Great Lakes Reinsurance (a subsidiary of Munich Re) offer exclusive appointments at Intersolar Europe in Munich:
On June 5th, 2014 we will be answering all the questions regarding the registration and in particular the insolvency-proof guarantee in Germany and in the other countries of the European Union in hall A1 at the booth 740.
Since the meetings are rapidly booked out, based on our experience, we would like to ask you to register in time with Mrs. Nicole Graf under the phone number: +49 40 / 21 90 10 – 757 or under firstname.lastname@example.org
For your questions take-e-way will be at your service during the whole Intersolar trade exhibition.
- Founded in 2004 in Hamburg
- Currently 20 employees
- Managers: Jochen Stepp, Oliver Friedrichs
Business fields: The take-e-way GmbH assumes the implementation of bureaucratic and operative requirements and obligations of manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, retailers and distributors of electrical and electronic devices in Germany and abroad in the field of product responsibility according to the law (Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act, WEEE, Battery Act, Packaging Ordinance, etc.).
VERE e.V.: The VERE Association for the take-back and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (VERE e.V. registered association) founded in 2003 is the organization having the largest number of members among providers, manufacturers, trade associations and individuals regarding the implementation of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG/WEEE) in Germany. VERE is the founding organization of take-e-way and also represents the interests of more than 3,000 companies at political level.