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Europacable and its members actively contributing to making sure CPR is a success

Posted On: 04-07-2017 By: Katherine Eveland

The new Construction Products Regulation (CPR) is now in effect starting from the 1st of July, 2017. Its aim is to make sure safety comes first by requiring any cable product intended for use in construction works to meet the proper requirements on reaction to fire.

Europacable, the Association of Europe’s leading wire and cable manufacturers, is committed making sure it’s members actively contribute to the success of CPR and consumers in Europe.

Read Europacable’s full statement below or download a PDF version  here >>