China Headquarters: Qingdao, China
Address: 18 Hong Kong Middle Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China
European Headquarters: Poland, Europe
Customs clearance can only release the goods after fulfilling various obligations and completing customs declaration, inspection, taxation and release procedures, and the cargo owner or declarer can deliver the goods. Similarly, all kinds of means of transport carrying import and export goods are required to declare to the Customs, go through customs formalities and obtain the permission of the Customs. During the customs clearance period, goods, whether imported, exported or transshipped, are under the supervision of the customs and are not allowed to circulate freely.
EU certification refers to a specific kind of certification, such as product certification, management system certification and other mark certification. The CE-certified logo of the EU must be affixed by the manufacturer or a designated representative in the EU. EU certification refers to a specific kind of certification, such as product certification, management system certification and other mark certification.
CE certification is limited to the basic safety requirements of products that do not endanger the safety of human beings, animals and goods, rather than general quality requirements. Coordination directives only specify major requirements, and general directive requirements are standard tasks. Therefore, the exact meaning is: CE mark is a safety qualification mark rather than a quality qualification mark. It is the "main requirement" that forms the core of the European Directive.
The "CE" logo is a safety certification logo and is regarded as a passport for manufacturers to open and enter the European market. CE stands for European Unity (CONFORMITE EUROPEENNE).
The "CE" sign in the EU market is a compulsory certification mark. If the products produced by enterprises within the EU or those produced by other countries want to circulate freely in the EU market, they must be affixed with the "CE" sign to show that the products meet the basic requirements of the EU Directive "New Approach to Technology Coordination and Standardization". This is a mandatory requirement of EU law for products.
EU Key-mark certification;
EU EMC certification;
EU CEV certification;
EU GMP certification;
European Union LVD (Low Voltage Differential) Low Voltage Electrical Equipment Certification;
EU CE EU Security Certification;
EU EEC certification;
EU PPE certification;
European Union ENEC Standard Electrical Certification;
EU E-mark certification;
European EN71 certification (toys);
European Ergonomics-Mark ergonomic logo certification;
E-Mark is also the European Common Market. For locomotives and their safety spare parts, noise and exhaust gas, it is required to comply with the requirements of the European Union Decree [EEC Directives] and the ECE Regulation, and to pass the certification, i.e. to grant a certificate of qualification, in order to ensure the safety and safety of driving. Requirements for environmental protection. E-Mark is awarded different numbers depending on the country of accreditation, such as Luxembourg's application, whose E-Mark logo is E13/e13.
A01 New Customer Information Form (applicants first apply for E/e4, 8 otherwise do not fill in)
A02 Primary Audit Form (applicants apply for E/e4,8 for the first time, otherwise do not fill in)
Contract between A03 applicant and manufacturer (manufacturer and applicant need to fill in differently, otherwise do not fill in)
A04 Authorization Form (required)
A05 application form (required)
A06 Product Conformity Statement (multiple models need to be filled in, otherwise not filled in)
A07 Trademark Use Instructions (Applicants need to fill in when using non-own brands, otherwise they do not fill in)
A08 affiliates declare (affiliations need to be filled in)
A10 Agent Letter (required)
Producer's ISO Certificate (without ISO Certificate, factory inspection is required), and applicant's business license