SIMCOM's China Services Division is a market leader in the
delivery of product access programs to reduce trade barriers into Asia.
SIMCOM's exclusive strategic alliances with numerous government agencies in the
People's Republic of China (PRC) allow for turnkey application support to
obtain different Safety Licenses: CCC Mark, Network Access License, Exemptions
of Compulsory Certificates, and Exemptions from Compulsory Certification.
As one of two North American companies with "Consultative
Agent" Status from China, SIMCOM International is authorized to guide
manufacturers through the CCC Mark options. To help manufacturers with this process,
SIMCOM has developed a web-based, turnkey service as part of the company's China Assurance Service.
This service enables customers to complete conversion applications
online and continually track the status of conversion applications through a secure web interface.
SIMCOM provides optimum value-added services, thus lowering testing and
approval expenses. For more information and pricing, please contact your SIMCOM
representative at +1 (888) 501-1315 or via email at: email@example.com
Beginning in 1978, the Chinese leadership has been moving the economy from a sluggish Soviet-style
centrally planned economy to a more market-oriented economy but still within a rigid political framework
of Communist Party control. To this end the authorities have switched to a system of household responsibility
in agriculture in place of the old collectivization, increased the authority of local officials and plant
managers in industry, permitted a wide variety of small-scale enterprise in services and light manufacturing,
and opened the economy to increased foreign trade and investment. The result has been a quadrupling of GDP
since 1978. In 2009, China became the second largest economy in the world after the US; with its 1.25
billion people and a GDP of US $4.8 trillion. China's per capita income is about US $3,744.
Manufacturers seeking to market products in PR China are required to meet various requirements, which include
mandatory product safety certification. Under Chinese law, all products must comply with the applicable "GB"
Chinese National Standard, regardless of whether certification is required. Previously, there were two
certification marks in PR China that applied generally to electrical and electronic products, as well as
to some non-electrical products. There is now only one - the CCC Mark. China has integrated its two
compulsory inspection systems into a single procedure as part of its commitment for entry into the
World Trade Organization. The two previous symbols used to indicate a product had received approval to
be used in China previous to May 1, 2002 were the "CCIB Mark" for Import Commodities and the "CCEE Mark"
or Great Wall Mark. Both were replaced by the "CCC" (China Compulsory Certificate) mark as of 5/1/2002.
As of May 1, 2002 - China's CCC Mark is Mandatory for Hundreds of Products
Under the auspices of The State Administration of the People's Republic of China for Quality Supervision,
Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ), your Company's products may be subject to the submission of formal
applications, document inspections, type-testing and full factory inspections. All processes relevant
to China's Compulsory Certification System - must be concluded in advance of product sales in China.
Upon successful completion of all processes - the manufacturer must affix a CCC Mark to the actual
product, and its packaging/transportation materials. The CCC Mark is issued is multiple formats and
the depiction here is for illustrative purposes only below.
SIMCOM is pleased to provide visitors with a substantial amount of detailed information on China?s
Compulsory Product Certification System (CPCS) and the CCC Mark. In order to access this information,
we ask that complete a short, free registration form.
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