Changes in Chinese CCC regulations affect companies that produce solvent-based wood coatings18. July 2019
Since last year, a number of adjustments have been made to China’s production licensing policy. The CCC certification regulations were also influenced. The China Quality Certification Center (CQC) has previously revised the “Implementation Regulations for Compulsory Product Certifications – Solvent-Based Wood Coatings”. They are based on the “Implementing Provisions for Mandatory Product Certification – Decorative Products” (CNCA-C21-01: 2014) and were revised on August 30, 2018. The most important changes include:
1. Revision of the application documents
2. Revision of the quantity and method of sampling
3. Revision of the sampling principle and selection
4. Revision of the logo and its usage requirements
5. Revision of fee requirements
Companies producing solvent-based wood coatings still need to follow the basic certification mode of compulsory product certification, including the inspection of the company’s quality assurance capability, product consistency, product testing and annual follow-up inspection after initial certification as stated in the relevant Implementation Rules.
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