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Bureau Veritas, India starts testing on GB Standards
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Sep '10
National regulatory requirements in the People's Republic of China require mandatory product standards to be met that specify general safety and technical requirements. The Chinese government also continues to randomly select products from shelves to perform testing to check for compliance, highlighting the need to meet the requirements of this regulation.

Working with an independent and knowledgeable compliance partner who can advise on best practice approaches to navigate the regulatory and market access requirements for your product range, is crucial. As well as the mandatory requirements, e.g., GB 18401, GB 5296.4, GB 20400 and GB 18383, companies entering China also have to consider the implications of applying product/industry standards. Our approach can help you:

• Deliver compliant products to market with confidence
• Reduce the risk of financial loss, liability and safety issues associated with non-compliant products
• Protect your reputation and brand

Mr. Nalin Singhla Asst. General Manager, BVCPS India, states, “Bureau Veritas has full capability for performing these tests and assures to provide quality services. All BVCPS India labs (Noida, Gurgaon, Bangalore and Tirupur) are capable to perform the testing as per China GB standard and BVCPS issue the reports with China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS) and China Metrology Accreditation (CMA) logo. The Reports with these logos are accepted in china Market for the material exported from other countries.”

Bureau Veritas providing comprehensive solution of testing with National Regulatory Requirements, industry/product specific standards and with client specific quality/ performance requirements (if they are not included in the product standard) as per your requirement to make your business smother and faster growth.

Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (I) Pvt. Ltd.

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