Market Access, Compliance Issues Highlight Discussions at 33rd Annual JTLM Meeting



JTLMAEM recently hosted the 33rd annual Joint Technical Liaison Meeting (JTLM) at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023, bringing together several global trade associations to discuss a wide range of international compliance topics.

The associations included AEM from the United States, CCMA from China, CECE from the European Union, CMEIG from Australia, ICEMA from India, KOCEMA from Korea and CEMA from Japan presenting and exchanging information on current and ongoing legislative, compliance and standards activities worldwide.

“The variety of topics discussed underscore what is an increasingly complex global environment for our industry, and we appreciate that the participants at this year’s JTLM left Las Vegas agreeing to further cooperate on the variety of pressing concerns the industry needs to address in order to maintain market access,” said AEM Senior Director of Safety & Product Leadership Jason Malcore.

Compliance topics at this year’s JTLM included:

  • Engine emissions rules
  • Construction equipment safety standards
  • Chemical compliance regulations
  • Cybersecurity issues
  • Automation

For more than three decades, members and staff from the aforementioned associations have gathered in-person to share this information with one another. These meetings have been hosted in North America, Asia and Europe on a rotating basis. This year’s was held at CONEXPO-CON/AGG, which brought over 139,000 construction and fluid power professionals from 133 countries to Las Vegas from March 14 – 18 – reinforcing its title as the largest trade show in North America.

For addition information on the JTLM, contact AEM’s Jason Malcore at

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