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New REACH-IT version released
25
Mar '10
The new version of REACH-IT is now online. It includes new features such as group Classification and Labelling notifications, Legal Entity change and cease manufacture declarations. Registration dossiers should be submitted using the new version of IUCLID 5.2.

Changes in dossier submission
The new version of REACH-IT has significant changes in terms of dossier submission. These changes are outlined in the revised manuals. ECHA urges all companies submitting dossiers to read the relevant manual to minimise the chances of a business rule failure.

REACH-IT 2.0 will only accept dossiers created in IUCLID 5.2. The new version of IUCLID, rendering the tool coherent with the CLP Regulation, is available on the IUCLID website.

The new version of the Technical Completeness Check (TCC) plug-in is available

The new version of the TCC plug-in is fully compatible with IUCLID 5.2 and allows companies to verify the technical completeness of their dossier before submitting it. Recent analysis of the dossier submissions have revealed that the use of the TCC IUCLID plug-in substantially increases your chance of passing the completeness check. ECHA encourages companies to check their dossiers with the TCC tool before submission via REACH-IT.

Invoices sent only via REACH-IT
Invoices will be sent from 25 March 2010 onwards electronically only via REACH-IT. Paper invoices will not be sent out anymore. Companies will be informed by an automatic message to their REACH-IT account that the invoice is available for download. Similar automatic messages will notify companies of credit notes and invoice reminders.

More detailed instructions on how to sort and view invoices in REACH-IT can be found in the “Industry User Manual 8: invoicing”.

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