CEMA Brochures

15 Oct, 2009

The new Tractor Framework Directive

“The goal is harmonization and fast technical adaptation to the state of the art...by keeping the parts of the current system that work appropriate and seek opportunities for an even more efficient system, e.g. an explicit exclusion of tractors from the scope of the Machinery Directive.”

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14 Oct, 2009

Towards a European Accident Database for agricultural Vehicles

“We can proportionally increase the safety level in the use of agricultural machinery through an accurate study of the accidents causes.”

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14 Oct, 2009

Customer Support on Whole Body Vibration

“We always intend to provide the highest possible health protection and safety for our customers. Therefore not only pure knowledge about machinery is requested. By gaining knowledge we can continue to help protect operators and continue to improve technical developments in the future.”

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14 Oct, 2009

Engine Emission Directive and the crisis

“In these dark times industry’s fuel for innovation is not endless... some comprehension and common sense would get us much further.”

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14 Oct, 2009

Agricultural Tractors out of the Machinery Directive

“Why change a good working system, set up for such dedicated applications? It is open to reduce adequately new identified risks with full support of all stakeholders… there is no need to place manufacturers in a situation of legal uncertainty and to add unnecessary administrative burden.”“In these dark times industry’s fuel for innovation is not endless...some comprehension and common sense would get us much further.”

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14 Oct, 2009

Engine Emission directive- T(C)2 & T(C)4.1 delay

“Specialized tractors and implements are the key factor to allow farmers to improve their cultivation and get best quality with an acceptable income. European legislative system shall correct the shortcomings of its decisions that would put products out of the market well beyond its original intentions.”

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