23./24.09.2015 BRUSSELS/BELGIUM

EU-policy makers and business leaders in dialogue

Digital technologies and new business models are transforming traditional value chains in the construction equipment industry. The implications this has for the whole sector and its people, companies, construction processes, for Europe as a manufacturing location, and for the design of suitable EU ­regulations will be discussed at the CECE CEMA ­Summit, to be held in Brussels, Belgium on the 23./24.09.2015. Thus, the focus of the conference is “Smart Regulation for Smart Machines”.

On the first day of the event, the high-level policy event will take place at Concert Noble in Brussels, followed by the CECE information sessions Economic Forum and Technical Forum the next day. Registration for the summit is now open. For more information, please visit

www.cece-cema-summit.eu

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