Manufacturer in the sense of the Machinery Directive


Manufacturer in the sense of the Machinery Directive

Manufacturer definition

A manufacturer within the meaning of the Machinery Directive is not only the actual producer in whose name and on whose account machinery enters the domestic market.

A manufacturer is, for example, also the person who functionally links components (commercial goods with CE marking and manufacturer’s declaration of one or more manufacturers) to form machines or CE machines to form systems. He is then also legally responsible for the safety of the entire plant.

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