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On January 17th, 2022, ECHA added four new substances to the SVHC Candidate List, it contains now 223 substances.
We will adjust our pricing for 2022 aligning with developments of the cost in the market for our operation, developments of regulatory scope that we need to monitor, new functionality of the platform.
Organise your technical files into projects. You can manage your projects under the Company Account settings and then assign a technical file to a project.
As part of the VDE series of events "Product Compliance viewed from 360", Günter Uhl, Managing Director of ProductIP Germany, will provide an insight into the various labeling requirements for products.
Our Caspar ter Horst will speak at Global Sources Virtual Summit for Online Sellers on Feb 23rd, Wednesday, 11:30am (CET) / 6:30pm (HK Time) with topic as follows: “Selling into Europe? What should be on your Product Compliance Radar in 2022?”
You can now create a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) with your brand name and logo. Go to Company account and open the Brand names tab.
Every year we are wasting the equivalent of the annual electricity consumption of Sweden and Hungary combined. How can it be? Because 10-25% of the products sold were non-compliant with eco-design regulations, leading to a decrease in potential energy savings of 10%.
We added the column 'Customs code' on the technical files page.
We added the following fields for documents in a supplier profile
If you are working through a list of technical files on a tab on the technical files page, it may be hard to keep track of where you are in the list. We now highlight the technical file you visited last in blue.
You can now easily insert a list of missing documents into the workflow note, timeline note or timeline comment.
Throughout the platform, we used the term 'Barcode number' to refer to the number of the barcode on your product. We replaced this with 'EAN code' which is a more commonly used term.