The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the Republic of China has issued the results of the 2014 children and infants clothing product quality supervision and inspection on the 6th of January. This action involved a total of 328 batches of children and infants clothing products from Beijing, Hebei, Anhui, Fujian, Jiangxi, Henan,
On the 8th of January 2015 the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic China issued announcement No. 88, 2014. The announcement indicates that in view of “Management Methods for Controlling Pollution by Electronic Information Products” is currently in the revision stage， MIIT decided to temporarily delay “Marking for the restriction of
According to the European Union, the United States, Canada, and Australia, official figures showed that in December 2014, there were 84 recalls of toys and children’s products, 65 toys accounting for 77.4% of the total and, 19 juvenile products recalled accounting for 22.6%. This month the product recalled according to the product survey data shows that
BEIJING MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION OF QUALITY AND TECHNOLOGY SUPERVISION ISSUED SPOT CHECK RESULTS OF EIGHT PRODUCTS
Overview Recently the Beijing Municipal Administration of Quality and Technology Supervision conducted spot checks for 8 types of products, including children and infants clothing, wadding fibre products, wood furniture, resin emulsion coatings for interior walls, power cables, PVC insulated flexible wire, plastic and, paper packaging containers. 368 batches of products from 355 companies were checked. The results
According to the EU, the US, Canada and Australia, official data showed that in November 2014 there was a total of 53 recalls of toys and children’s products, of which: 45 toy products, accounting for 84.9 %% of total recall, and eight children’s products, accounting for 15.1 of the total recall %. The recalled product
In this report, we bring together information on mandatory and voluntary consumer product recalls originated from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, which are issued by governmental bodies from Europe, USA and Canada. For businesses, notably for product manufacturers, this report aims to enable them to move more swiftly to address a safety problem, thereby reducing
In the 3rd quarter of 2014, AQSIQ carried out market surveillance of children’s furniture and 29 other products, this related to electronics and electrical appliances, light industrial products, building and decoration materials, machinery products and security products, electrical and materials, the result being that out of a total of 2,318 manufacturers and 2354 batches of products, 292 batches of
Recently, the Shandong quality inspection Bureau found some consumer goods, including tissue paper, nappies (sheet, pad), with fibre wadding, toys, plastic shopping bags, carpets, and a storage-type electric water heater, which do not conform to one or more of the following tests: transverse tensile index, longitudinal wet tensile strength, permeability etc. the failure rate was found to be
We have available a limited number of copies of our 146 page book covering all aspects of how to get products approved for sale on the China market. These will be available on a first come first served basis and will be available from Monday the 24th of November.
This video (in Chinese) shows asbestos being mined in China in 2014.