CCC: Application of Marking Permissions Directly at CCAP or CQC Now Possible22. May 2015
In an earlier news article entitled “CCC: Changes in CCC Marking Regulations,” we informed you that the Chinese authority CNCA (Certification and Accreditation Administration) announced changes regarding CCC regulations in October of 2014. One of the regulations affect the application for the printing permission that is issued by the CNCA. A printing permission authorizes certificate holders to legally mark their CCC certified products with the official CCC logo.
At the signing ceremony on March 31, 2015 organized by CNCA, the director of the Chinese authority CNCA Mr. Li Guohui announced that the application for the marking permission can now be done by any of the four certification authorities. The CCAP (China Certification Centre for Automotive Products, Ch. “中汽认证中心”) and the CQC (China Quality Certification Centre, Ch. “中国质量认证中心”) are two of the authorized certification authorities. The director of the CCAP, Mr. Qiang Yi, emphasized in his speech that the CCAP will provide full support in order to offer better services in the field of marking permissions for all CCC certified companies. With the cooperation between the CNCA and CCAP the application procedure for marking permissions will now be simplified.
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