CLEPA Materials Regulations Event will take place online on 4 and 5 May 2021
The automotive industry uses a large number of materials to build vehicles. These materials have evolved greatly over the decades, becoming more sophisticated, better built, and safer. Their use has evolved in parallel with the new automotive manufacturing technologies that now are increasingly using innovative ways.
CLEPA is pleased to bring together worldwide experts to discuss these, and other topics during the Materials Regulation Event. This event is the largest conference on Materials Regulation in Europe and therefore, one of the most eagerly awaited meetings of the industry every year. The upcoming 13th edition will be held online. Organised by CLEPA, along with the support of iPoint, it will take place on 4 and 5 May 2021.
The event is the ideal platform to discuss technical issues related to materials and the most recent legislative developments at European and international level. Considering the impact COVID-19 has had on a global scale, it is incumbent upon us in these crucial times to reflect on the driving forces of Europe’s economy.
Topics on the agenda will include the REACH, ELV, IMDS, GADSL, and the EU post-Brexit. The most recent activities of international partner associations such AIAG & JAPIA will also be presented. A new session on Sustainability CSR will be held on 5 May.
The full programme with a list of speakers will be made available at the end of January 2020, after which registrations will open.