[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1525640107551{padding-top: 60px !important;}”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Certification Experts developed complete services to ensure that the “Stepping Stone to China” for exporters to China can be established. Based on the combination and expertise of our offices globally, our experts are fully aware of all the procedures required for exporting to China. This covers not only the compliance issues but also the legal consequences.

Many questions arise when importing products into China for example:

What license, permit or documentation do I require when importing products into China?

Are European or USA standards accepted in China, if not what standards must I use?

How do I make sure my products are complying to Chinese regulations?

Do my products fall under the CCC (China Compulsory Certification) regulations and must they comply to GB standards. (Guobiao or National Standards)

Must I have an authorized agent in China? (qualified Chinese importer or foreign trade operator)

What can I expect from customs officials ?

Must I have a business license or  a tax registration?

When your products are in compliance with Chinese regulations and are ready to be exported our experts support you with all procedures such as the following:

Compliance certification
Customs declaration or registration
Documents submission
Examination and testing of products
Tax levy or exemption
Release of products if withheld at customs
Commodity inspection

When exporting to China or intending to export to China, do not hesitate contacting our experts who will indicate and organize all the necessary steps so you can export to china with confidence.

Must my product comply to  GB standards (GuoBiao Standards) to be traded in China?

GB standards are recognized as the China National Standards, or Guobiao Standards. These GB standards are classified as the following:

Mandatory Standards are standards which are legally binding and can influence other technical regulations in China. These standards are enforced by legal and administrative regulations and are directly related to the protection of human health there personal property and all safety aspects.

Recommended standards are for products which are not classified under the scope of the Mandatory Standards.

A code number identifies the GB Standards for products as Mandatory or Recommended. For example Code number GB are mandatory standards and the code GB/T are recommended standards.

All standards that fall outside of these characteristics are considered to be Recommended standards. China GB standards can be identified as Mandatory or Recommended by their prefix code. Prefix code GB are Mandatory standards, GB/T are Recommended standards which resemble the Mandatory Standards.

Must I use GB Standards when exporting to China?

When exporting products to the ever increasing Chinese market, it is important to be familiar with the requirements of the GB standards, and which standard is applicable for your product. Furthermore, once the applicable standards for your product have been determined the procedures that must be taken to certify the product are laid out.

What must be taken into account if the products fail to comply to the GB standards? This could mean the products will be withheld by customs officials or recalled from stores resulting in sanctions by the official governmental department.

To comply to these GB Standards Certification Experts with offices in China, has developed complete certification services to ensure the correct GB Standards are used for the products to be exported. Based on the combination and expertise of our offices globally our experts are fully aware of the procedures required for exporting to China. This covers not only the compliance issues but also the legal consequences.

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