19 February 2021
TÜV SÜD Hong Kong and the China Quality Certification Center (CQC) recently signed an agreement on China Mandatory Product Certification (CCC) testing. Under the cooperation framework, both parties will work together in certification testing, scientific research, certification project research and development, standard specifications, quality research, training services and other aspects, and will actively use the resources of both parties to improve the standards of certification testing and the services provided to customers in the industry.
TÜV SÜD Hong Kong and CQC signed the CCC Certification Cooperation Agreement
As a key trade hub, Hong Kong plays a critical role in connecting China with the world. The in-depth cooperation between Hong Kong's local testing and certification organisation and the certification centre in mainland China will not only enable the two sides to share technology and resources, but will also lay a solid foundation for Hong Kong's local and international customers to obtain the CCC certificates they need to enter the Chinese market quickly.
Due to the rapid recovery of China's economy in the third quarter of 2020, the Chinese market remains extremely attractive to traders and buyers around the world, with businesses from various countries expressing their desire to enter this market. TÜV SÜD Hong Kong has operated in Greater China for more than 30 years. In 2016, the company gained accreditation as a testing and certification organisation by the Hong Kong Accreditation Service (HKAS) in accordance with the international ISO/IEC 17025 standard and the relevant GB standards. “We see the cooperation with CQC as an opportunity to provide customers with comprehensive services that will improve product quality, help enterprises to enter the Chinese market smoothly and protect consumer safety," said Mr Boris Ouyang, General Manager of the Guangzhou branch of the TÜV SÜD Group.
Mr Boris Ouyang from TÜV SÜD delivers a speech on site
After the signing ceremony, experts from CQC and TÜV SÜD and representatives from the world of business and industry discussed and exchanged their views on CCC certification requirements for audio and video devices, information technology products, household equipment, lamps and luminaires, toys, etc.
More information on the topic can be found at: https://www.tuvsud.com/en/services/product-certification/china-ccc-and-cqc-approval
Press-contact: Dirk Moser-Delarami