from MeddiQuest Limited
Our Mission is to provide all the support services necessary for your company to enter the
European Market, and through simple and effective strategies|
speed healthcare advances to market.
EU Authorized Representative services are provided by
Our Objective is to be your Single Source for European Market Entry supplying every service you will need to enter the European market, not just supplying the legal requirements of the EUAR.
From Translation Services to Market Research.
From Exhibition Planning to Product Support.
From Complaint Management to Finding a "European Warehouse".
Through our networks of specialist and local partners, we can to the organization for you!
The European Union is a family of democratic European countries, committed to working together for peace and prosperity. It is not a state or intended to replace existing states. The EU is unique because its Member States have set up common institutions to which they delegate some of their powers so that decisions can be made in member's joint interest.
Directives are issued to member states requiring them to adopt mutually agreed policies into their national laws. Many of these are about trade to ensure a "level playing field" for trading between member states, and a number of these establish the need for someone within the EU to act as a representative for a non-EU based manufacturer.
The Role of the EUAR (European Union Authorized Representative) is specified in several directives and simply establishes a legal entity within the EU who can act on behalf of the manufacturer.
Additional Services are generally required by a manufacturer to ease their entry into the complex European Trading Environment. At MeddiQuest we pride ourselves on having designed a service that does not just meet the minimum legal requirements but also can include a range of other services to help our customers make a painless entry into Europe.
There are five key EU Institutions: the parliament (elected), the council (nominated by governments of the member states), the commission (the executive), the courts of justice and the court of auditors.
Three key treaties comprise the Primary Legislation of the EU. The Single European Act (1987), The Treaty of the European Union, Maastricht Treaty (1992) and the Treaty of Amsterdam (1997, came into force 1999).
Secondary Legislation comprises: Regulations, Directives, Decisions and "Recommendations and Opinions".
The Tertiary Legislation, the acquis communautaire, consists of case law including judgements of the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance.
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