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B R E X I T News # 7
  • 2019-Apr-08

B R E X I T News # 7

Latest Notice from EU Comission with regards to the RCD

Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union was invoked by the United Kingdom on 29 March 2017, which may lead to the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU. This would mean that the UK could no longer be a member of the EU after 30 March 2019. This process will have an influence on our industry.

In the EU, the belief in a regulated Brexit seems to be dwindling more and more. Here you can find the latest notice from the European Commission, which covers the impact of Brexit on the recreational and personal watercraft industries and in particular the impact on the Recreational Craft Directive. The notice covers the general requirements for assigning MIC codes relating to the Watercraft Identification Number (WIN).

As expressed in our recent news IMCI will try to keep you updated and to advise you on how your businesses may be affected during the forthcoming negotiations and transition period. Here comes some more information we want to share with you

IMCI will do its best to help you in this difficult time. If you are shipwrecked in BREXIT with your CE certificates, please check with us at BREXIT@imci.org.