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The business of ProductIP is developing, resulting in the hiring new staff for the team in Hong Kong.
Over 90 of you stayed with us for the entire session lasting almost one hour. That is amazing. Thank you for that, also on behalf of André Gierke of EPR compact.
On August 16th we will have our first Compliance Tuesday Talk session. An interview style meeting with experts in the field of product compliance. We are pleased to be able to launch this initiative together with André Gierke, founder of EPR compact.
Since the last IFA, the world has changed massively for all of us. But the +25,000 ProductIP users are rising to the challenges. They increase their efficiency by digitalising product compliance processes, outsourcing complex tasks to a transparent supply chain, transferring insecure communication to
Create a technical file using the data from the file request, quickly see the differences between the request and the file and more.
Customers with an Enterprise subscription can now request a technical file from their suppliers and allow the supplier to create the technical file at the expense of the customer.
Issue management in the technical files has been simplified and improved. We removed the review level and added the possibility to assign an issue to a person, give the issue a deadline and view a list of all issues that either have been assigned to someone or have a deadline.
Chances are that your product contains PFAS and PFCA! Restrictions are already in place.
The government will introduce legislation so that the UKCA marking can be placed on a label affixed to the product or on a document accompanying the product until 31 December 2025.
The Netherlands will ban the use of four PFAS substances in all paper and board food contact materials as of July 1st, 2022.
Today, 10 June 2022, the European Chemical Agency ECHA added another substance of very high concern (SVHC) to the so-called Candidate List. The new entry is N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide (EC# 213-103-2) that has been added as it may cause cancer or genetic defects.