2002 – 2010 - 2013 10 års arbeid
Representation of Intersts in Brussels Brussels european capital city of lobbying 3 000 interests groups including: - 500 European federations - 200 groups representing companies A total of 15 000 ‘lobbyists’ for 25 000 European civil servants
European„politicalarena‟ European Parliament European Commission Council 735 Members 20 Parliamentary Committees Representatives of 27 Member States Permanent Representations 27 European Commissioners Cabinet members Directories General (DGs)
Comitologyprocedure • EU – Commission • 27Commissioners • 27DirectoratesGeneral 1.Proposal 3.Adoption 5.Final adoption 4.Scrutiny 4.Scrutiny 2. Opinion Technical Committe Motor Vehicles SDCM 27 nationale xper Votes by qualified • EU -Parliament • 735Members • EU – Council of Ministers • Working Groups of • national Experts • 27 Ministers
Alliances(AFCAR&R2RC) Authorised & Independent Workshops Body Repairers Tools & Garage Equipment Manufacturers Roadside rescue services/ automobile clubs Engine remanufacturers
NewCompetitionLawFrameworkfor theAftermarket EUlegislativelandmarks: ‘New’ BER Reg. 461/2010 ‘Old’ BER 1400/2002 Competition law T echnical legislation Euro 5/6 Passenger cars Security Forum Application of existing legislation 2011-2015-... Euro VI HDVs Euro 5/6 Extension CEN Process Telematics & Remote Diagnostics Application of existing legislation CompetitionLaw TechnicalType-Approvallegislation
4.1 eCall/in-Vehicle Telematics – State of play in decision-making process and next stepsinlobbyingactivities ClaireAlbano–FIGIEFAPolicyofficer
4.2 eCall/Vehicle Telematics -State of activities-
Wireless communication will replace traditional methods TCU Traditional transfer of information via a cable will be used less and less as wireless communication becomes more prevalent. Therefore Independent Operators must be able to receive information wirelessly in a similar way to the vehicle manufacturers.
What is needed? Independent Operators need: • equal access to the same information and the same functionalities • same timescale as vehicle manufacturers to allow Independents to offer competitive services • a standardised vehicle API that allows Independent Operators to upload their own applications into the vehicle, enabling the vehicle owner to connect his telematics system to a service provider of his own choice.
UpdateonjointAftermarketactivitiesonPTI EGEA/FIGIEFA/CECRA Policy breakfast on PTI 19th March 2013 - European Parliament Hosted by Phil Bennion MEP (UK, ALDE) Participants: around 20 officials from the Parliament Possibility for EGEA, FIGIEFA and CECRA to express their views High interest from the participants on the Aftermarket issues Success in terms of visibility and political lobbying!
ContinuationofRighttoRepairCampaign(R2RC) 1st Stage(launched in 2007) Main purpose: to inform EU decision-makers that the automotive industry is not only composed of vehicle manufacturers, but also contains an aftermarket with its own rights, merits and needs. 2nd Stage (2012-2013): Main purpose: a new focused strategy, primarily aiming at highlighting the structure of the multi-brand aftermarket and the specific role of each operator in the value chain Centre-piece: a videowhich captures the essential work of each operator as part of a chain which is essential for the service and repair of vehicles for consumers. The video will be followed by a dedicated website.
4.6 Aftermarket 2020 – presentation of new project (in response to CARS 2020) Dr.RalfDrachenberg–FIGIEFASeniorPolicyManager
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