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Products Must Be Certified to Updated CCC Implementation Rules for Motor Vehicles and Safety Accessories by Year End

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HONG KONG /PRNewswire/ — The Nanjing Branch of the China Quality Certification Centre (CQC) hosted a two-day training workshop on the updated China Compulsory Certification (CCC) implementation rules for motor vehicles and safety accessories on May 19-20. Qing Gu, Manager for Transport Services at TUV Rheinland Greater China (“TUV Rheinland”), served as the instructor for the international certification component of the training workshop. Nearly 100 participants from 60 companies took part in the workshop, which generated strong interest among participants who engaged in in-depth exchange with the instructors.

Ensuring successful transition for CoP control plans

To strengthen reforms and systematically implement the compulsory product certification system, CQC implementation rules for motor vehicles and safety accessories were revised by the Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNCA) and officially took effect on January 1, 2015. Products covered by the updated implementation rules include motor vehicle and safety accessories such as automotive interior accessories, automotive lighting, seat belts, door locks, fuel tanks, seats, and brake hoses. Companies involved with motor vehicles and safety accessories should submit Conformity of Production (CoP) control plans that conform to the new rules and requirements, and have them approved by December 31, 2016.

As the national certification organization, CQC has followed the new implementation rules for new product certification applications since January 1, 2015. For products that were already certified before the new implementation rules took effect, CQC is allowing them to transition to the new certification through certificate renewal, standard update, product modification and annual inspection.

The CQC Nanjing Branch can now process CoP conversion applications from automotive parts companies withinJiangsu Province. This training workshop was held by CQC Nanjing Branch to ensure that companies with existing certifications can successfully complete the transition process for their control plans. Training is intended for certification application personnel, quality directors, technical quality or production management staff. Content of training covered the submission process and issues in the motor vehicle and safety accessories CoP control plan, annual inspection and reporting requirements under the new rules, one-stop solutions for CCC and international certification, and other common issues.

TUV Rheinland the international leader in automotive parts approval and testing

During the workshop, Qing Gu provided a detailed introduction to the international certification rules, process and issues for automotive parts. He also mentioned the services offered by TUV Rheinland in this field. According to Gu, as a leading international certification organization, TUV Rheinland can now provide E-Mark and multi-region certification (e.g. certification for Taiwan, India, Middle East, Brazil and Africa) for automotive parts (e.g. car lights, rear view mirrors, car horns, tires, glass, child safety seats, seats, safety belts, electronic and electrical products). TUV Rheinland currently has more than 30 experts in the field and its testing laboratories include accredited national and corporate laboratories. TUV Rheinland is also an accredited technical services organization with transportation authorities in many countries. Key certification channels include the following transport authorities: KBA (E1 – Germany), RDW (E4 – the Netherlands), NSAI (E24 – Ireland), SNCH (E13 – Luxembourg) and CSDD (E34 – Latvia).

TUV Rheinland has always been the international leader in automotive parts approval and testing due to its advanced testing equipment, extensive testing experience and professional R&D team. In October 2010, TUV Rheinland, CQC and the China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC) signed an agreement to further strengthen their cooperation in areas such as product certification for the automotive and photovoltaic industries, system safety assessment and project management.

CNCA recently announced that the automotive interior laboratory of TUV Rheinland Shanghai is now an official CCC laboratory, the first time that an international automotive interior testing organization has been recognized by the CNCA. This means that TUV Rheinland can now formally provide automotive interior certification services in China, further expanding the scope of its business activities in China’s automotive industry.

Contact:
Simon Hung
Tel: +852-2192-1948
Email: Simon.Hung@tuv.com

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Source: TUV Rheinland

Written by asiafreshnews

June 2, 2016 at 4:53 pm

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