Toronto (September 5), Halifax (September 7) and Montreal (September 10, 2012) > The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service is organising CE Certification seminars designed to provide Canadian medical device companies with an overview of the EU regulatory system.
Certification is mandatory on many Europe-bound products, which means that a product has met EU consumer safety, health and environmental requirements. The EU represents the world’s second largest market for medical devices and holds significant potential for Canadian companies to pursue export opportunities.
These seminars offer an opportunity for Canadian manufacturers of health products to learn how to seek regulatory approval for medical devices and prepare for exporting products to the EU market.
Topics to be covered include: Europe’s “Global Approach”, module and classification system, new medical devices directives, the certification process, outsourcing of processes and case studies will be covered.
For more information, contact:
Monika de Villiers
Trade Commissioner in Düsseldorf
Tel.: +49 211 172 1732
Serving Canadian business in Canada and abroad