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Join the Ad Hoc Group in Opposing Extension Measures on E-Bikes from China

150 days ago

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Is your company involved in any of the following:

  • Importing electric bicycles, electric cargo bikes, or speed pedelecs from China and paying duties?
  • Importing electric bikes, electric cargocycles, or speed pedelecs from a non-EU country OTHER THAN China?
  • Importing components from China for the assembly of electric bikes, electric cargocycles, or speed pedelecs within the EU?

Is your company facing:

  • Investigation by national customs services and/or OLAF?
  • Accusations of circumventing measures against China?
  • Legal action for circumventing measures against China?
  • Sentencing or acquittal for circumventing measures against China?

If so, we strongly recommend that you become a part of the Ad Hoc Group established by LEVA-EU to collectively oppose the potential extension of these measures.

What will the Ad Hoc Group do?

  • Request recognition from the European Commission as an interested party.
  • Submit joint comments on the Commission’s review.
  • Seek a hearing from the European Commission, allowing companies to express their views.
  • Provide assistance from a specialized lawyer.
  • Communicate the group’s activities to the press and on social media.
  • Lobby other influential entities on this matter.

How to Participate?

  • A modest contribution, based on the number of employees in your company, is required for participation in the Ad Hoc Group.
  • Participation can be kept confidential.
  • LEVA-EU membership is not a prerequisite for joining the Ad Hoc Group.
  • LEVA-EU members receive a discount on the contribution.

Meeting Details:

  • The Ad Hoc Group will conduct multiple meetings, with the first scheduled for February 15, both in-person in Brussels and online.
  • If the Commission grants a hearing, it will be held in-person in Brussels; all other meetings will be accessible online.

How to Join?

Your involvement will make a difference in challenging the extension of the measures affecting the European electric cycle industry.

Annick Roetynck

Annick is the Manager of LEVA-EU, with decades of experience in two-wheeled and light electric mobility.

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