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Elfogadott vélemények on 17/11/2003
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/8-EESC-2003-1310

SUPPLEMENTARY OPINION of the Consultative Commission on Industrial Change on the Road to Sustainable Production – Progress in implementing Council Directive 96/61/EC concerning integrated pollution prevention and control COM(2003) 354 final

Elfogadott vélemények on 19/09/2018
Hivatkozás: 
INT/864-EESC-2018-03799-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenáris ülés: 
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Sep 19, 2018 Sep 20, 2018

The EESC believes that the proposal is focused on the practical steps necessary to address real consequences for the vehicle manufacturing and distribution industry and consumers as a result of unavoidable legal changes in the certification of type-approval issues by UK authorities on the basis of EU laws. It should therefore act as a template for many other similar agreements.

EESC opinion: EU type-approval legislation with regard to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union

Elfogadott vélemények on 04/05/2011
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/80-EESC-2011-805

In the framework of this opinion a hearing (Agricultural machinery and construction and handling equipment: what is the best way out of the crisis?) was organized in Bologna, Italy, on 11 November 2010.

Agricultural machinery, construction and handling equipment: what is the best way out of the crisis?

Elfogadott vélemények on 19/09/2018
Hivatkozás: 
INT/866-EESC-2018-03801-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenáris ülés: 
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Sep 19, 2018 Sep 20, 2018

The EESC welcomes the proposal that follows feedback received by stakeholders and Member States in the first implementation period.

EESC opinion: Approval and market surveillance of agricultural and forestry vehicles

Elfogadott vélemények on 11/12/2013
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/110-EESC-2013-1907

The European engineering industry (EI) plays a vital role in the economic recovery of Europe and the ambitious goal to increase the industrial output by 2020 to more than 20% of the GDP. However, more investment of companies is necessary to generate such growth, to reverse the current trend and to get people out of unemployment.

The challenges of the European engineering industry (mechanical, electrical, electronic and metalworking) in a changing global economy

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Infopack CCMI/110

Elfogadott vélemények on 29/04/2014
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/120-EESC-2013-6859

The European Commission under the European Strategy 2020 has established a goal to raise the industry contribution to GDP from 15.6% (2011) to 20% by 2020. The Industrial Policy Communication updated of October 2012 outlines a strategy to reverse the declining role of industry announcing actions in four main areas: Investment in new technologies and innovation; Access to Markets; Access to Finance and Human capital and skills.

Reshoring of EU industries in the framework of reindustrialisation

Elfogadott vélemények on 27/05/2015
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/129-EESC-0000

The Food and drink Industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the EU economy employing directly 4.25 million workers in the EU. It is a non-cyclical and resilient pillar with a strong presence in all member states. It processes 70% of EU agriculture produce and provides safe, quality and nutritious food to the benefit of European consumers, besides being the largest global exporter of food and drink products. The sector generates 7% of EU GDP and should be an important contributor to achieve the EU target set in the 2020 strategy of achieving the necessary expansion of the manufacturing sector that will make it a contributor of 20% of European GDP.

 

Elfogadott vélemények on 14/02/2018
Hivatkozás: 
INT/835-EESC-2017-05269-00-01-AC-TRA
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Feb 14, 2018 Feb 15, 2018

With this opinion the EESC welcomes the Commission's proposals in principle as a balanced compromise between the objectives of climate-neutral mobility, the innovation capacity of the European automotive industry and preserving quality jobs. In particular, the EESC considers the planned interim target for 2025 of a 15% reduction in emissions compared to 2021 to be very demanding as the required changes are to be made to combustion engines at the cutting edge of technology. Despite this, the EESC views the market development towards zero-emission vehicles and low-emissions vehicles and hybrids as an opportunity. Furthermore the EESC calls for a mid-term review for 2024 to include the state of play regarding the qualification and (re)training of staff as well as an updated analysis of the areas in which (additional) action is required.

EESC opinion: CO2 emissions - passenger cars and commercial vehicles

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