Customs procedures, safety requirements, certification, marking and labelling are just some of the challenges facing companies who wish to internationalize. Import and export activities involve compliance with regulations, rules and good practice, from the design phase right through to release for consumption.
A series of requirements not only for particularly sensitive products (medical devices, PPE, toys, children’s clothing, etc.) or potentially dangerous substances, but any product for end-users in global markets. From assistance with Customs to the identification and control of compliance requirements, we can help your company in the process of internationalization.
Compliance with EU and non-EU regulations, marketing in safety and proper consumer information, as required
Optimizing company processes and compliance costs, with efficient scheduling and the use of resources, speeding up decision-making
Avoidance of the risk of penalties and prosecution for non-compliant products and of the risk of reputational damage
Avoidance of the risk of the Customs holding goods, of product recalls and commercial risks associated with liability to the client
Prevention of over compliance: the rigid and unnecessary application of policies and regulations
Labelling for individual and multiple markets
Labelling and consumer information, including e-commerce
Compliance and safety procedures for consumer products (toys, packaging, compliance with RAEE, etc.)
Operating procedures for products subject to the RoHS Directive
Drafting of technical specifications for the chemical, physical and mechanical safety of products (safeguarding the health and security of consumers and the environment)
Procedures, roles and responsibilities for products subject to EC marking, EAC and KC compliance
Eco-sustainability and procedures for managing packaging, reducing the use of resources, and increasing re-use and recycling
Assessment of the impact of RFID systems