In general, Chinese manufacturers can be very flexible about their product standards, especially when it comes to new potential business cooperation.
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As we all know, all the exports or imports in every country will have to go through the customs checking, in China, this inspection task is carried out by China Commodity Inspection Bureau (CCIB). For some oversea buyers, they may ask since the CCIB will inspect the goods, then what’s the purpose for a third party inspection, are we wasting our money in nothing? Of course not! Why? Because, in fact, the third party inspection plays a completely different role with the CCIB inspection in export, which can be illustrated briefly as below.
Everyone in the import/export business is aware of the necessity of quality control. If you are on the import side you need to have your products inspected before shipment to make sure they are in conformance to your standards. If you are on the export side you need to have internal QC check your goods to make sure they pass muster when the buyer sends his inspection team.
Products with the “Made in China” label have always been perceived as having one meaning: “Price, good! Quality, Not good!”. A quote from a piece of wide-published news in July clearly states the embarrassing status of “Made in China” in the eyes of people overseas. Even though they still continue to buy Chinese-made products, many are not confident with their quality.
By Peter Pan Mar 01, 2013 0 comments
CE marking is a declaration by the manufacturer that the product meets all the appropriate provisions of the relevant legislation implementing certain European Directives. It states that the product in question has been assessed before being placed on the market. This means that the product meets EU safety, health and environmental protection requirements. As a result, it gives companies easier access into the European market to sell their ...
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