IMDS Recommendations – Automobile manufacturers
IMDS Recommendations - statutory
2a_ELV_Annex_II_en.pdf - changed in 2016
2c_Interpretation Guide for ELV Annex II (2010/115/EU)
The recommendations of the 2000/53/EG guideline on end-of-life vehicles and the German End-of-Life Vehicle Directive form the basis for the creation of IMDS (the International Material Data System). The automotive industry voluntarily undertook to implement this guideline. According to the ELV Directive automobiles should lend themselves to almost complete re-cycling. The ELV envisages re-cycling and re-use of at least 95% of the vehicle weight by 1st January2014. Furthermore, automobile
An IMDS-Entry is common or even mandatory for suppliers of products used in commercial vehicles. While ordering, the automotive supplier has to sign a basic contract or contractually indicate that the products are used in automobiles and are subject to compliance of the End-of-Life Vehicle Directive. The underlying EU directive is of a binding nature. Even sampling as per PPAP (Production Part Approval Process is used in the automotive supply chain for establishing confidence in component
The IMDS data bank (www.mdsystem.com) enables the collection of all recycling-related data of an automobile in the form of material data sheets. Thus the recycling-related material data of all automobiles parts can be compiled, presented in a transparent manner and safely conveyed across the entire supplier chains just by an IMDS entry.
The International Material Data Bank facilitates consistent documentation of raw materials used in automobile manufacturing and the archiving and
The IMDS (International Material Data System) is an internet-based archiving, communication and administrative system for the automotive industry. It simplifies the process of recycling of automobiles. It was developed by DXC Technology (formerly HPE) in 1999 to meet the requirements of the End-of-Life Vehicle Directive (ELV) and to convey material data by safe and speedy means (refer also to IMDS Number). There are new releases of IMDS at regular intervals, more information can be found on the
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