Automotive CCC

China Certification is an excellent partner for the CCC certification in the automotive sector. We are providing leading automotive suppliers and car manufacturers with quick and smart solutions for their CCC certification. We offer you our support for every project related to the Automotive CCC.

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CCC Made Easy

The China Compulsory Certification (CCC) is a mandatory certification for products exported to China.
We are experienced in the CCC certification process for all kinds of product categories. The CCC certification process will be simple and easy with China Certification Corporation as a professional partner by your side.

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Other Certifications

HAF604, Taiwan Certification, CRCC for Railway Products, SRRC Type Approval, NAL (Network Access License), AQSIQ registration, Voluntary CQC Mark Certification, CCCF for Fire Products: We support you in all types of certifications for the Chinese market.


China Certification provides a range of specialized consulting services, especially for car manufacturers and large industrial companies. With the consulting packages the certifications as well as internal procedures related to international product certifications can be streamlined.


China Certification Corporation offers customized CCC training to fit your company needs. Our trainer will come to your location and provide the training, up to date information and pass on valuable tips from our many years of experience. Call us today to learn more!


Since 2005, MPR China Certification GmbH – China Certification Corporation has been supporting companies around the world in obtaining the required product certifications for the Chinese market. With a strong team located worldwide, we can offer you the best solution for your enquiries.

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Jaguar Land Rover causes high loss for owner Tata Motors

Tata Motors’ shares lost 30 percent on Friday, February 8, after announcing $3.8 billion loss in the previous quarter and the largest ever loss in the Indian economy, due solely to the bad business of the subsidiary and brand Jaguar Land Rover. The British carmaker accounts for the largest share of Tata’s $11 billion in revenue. The financial damage to Tata was around $4 billion, while the value of Jaguar Land Rover dropped to $7.8 billion. Tata Motors took over the traditional British manufacturer from Ford for $2.3 billion in 2008. The Indian company’s core business generated a profit of around $87 million in the last quarter of 2018, selling off half a million vehicles last year.

Jaguar Land Rover India

Jaguar Land Rover is under tremendous pressure on several fronts. Sales in China, the world’s largest car market, fell 40 percent in January compared to the previous year. The Chinese automobile market was hit hardest by the ongoing US trade dispute. For the first time in two decades this caused declining sales of new cars. CEO Ralf Speth announced that he would work more closely with the Chinese car dealers to respond to the changed market situation. Nevertheless, the business results are influenced by the adverse circumstances in China, Speth said.

In its home country Britain Jaguar Land Rover is feeling the collapse of the diesel vehicle market as a result of the Volkswagen diesel scandal. There are also declines in sales and investment due to the unclear conditions of Britain’s exit from the European Union, which accounts for more than 50 percent of English vehicle exports. The kingdom’s auto industry warned of devastating and lasting repercussions last week if the UK left the EU on 29 March without prior trade agreements. Production at Jaguar Land Rover declined by 16 percent respectively around 450,000 vehicles last year. As part of a $3.2 billion austerity program, more than 6,000 jobs had to be cut and 1,000 English employees switched to short-time working on a 3-day week. However, it should not be forgotten that the Indian auto market is currently the largest global market after China, with growth of 5.3 per cent and around 3.4 million vehicles sold in 2017. Benefit from the growth in India. The export of products there, especially cars and car parts, in many cases requires a mandatory India certification to the Automotive Industry Standard (AIS). We advise you gladly and comprehensively with the AIS certification for India.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further details and consultation. You can contact us via e-mail, or call us (UK: +44 2071931135, Rest of Europe: +49 69 2713769150, US: +1 773 654-2673).


Julian Busch

Über den Autor: Julian Busch ist Gründer und Geschäftsführer der MPR China Certification GmbH

Herausgeber: MPR China Certification GmbH

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