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As you transition from the EU Machinery Directive to the new Machinery Regulation, Pilz offers partnership and guidance. They aim to provide solutions and strategies to help you integrate the new requirements into your processes seamlessly. With Pilz’s expertise, you can prepare and plan projects in line with the upcoming regulatory changes, ensuring that you are well-prepared ahead of the January 2027 deadline when the new Machinery Regulation becomes mandatory. This proactive approach should help in mitigating risks, enhancing safety, and ensuring compliance with EU law.

Each of these areas requires ongoing attention and adaptation to new challenges, including staying updated with the latest legal requirements, like the EU Machinery Regulation 2023/1230, and technological advancements. Collaboration with legal, HR, IT, and operations experts is also crucial to address these multifaceted challenges effectively.

The new regulation is seen as a step towards the digitization of machinery law, with the digital product passport expected to be available for many products soon. However, experts believe that the European legislature could have gone further to meet the expectations set by current discussions on the digital product passport and the integration of safety-related requirements with the European AI Regulation​2​.

Manufacturers, importers, and distributors must comply with these new obligations and requirements, ensuring that their machinery meets the updated standards before placing them on the EU market, even before the end of the transition period in 2027.

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