CCC Mark

(China) Acronym for China Compulsory Certification mark. A symbol printed on a product or product label by its manufacturer or importer declaring compliance with the requirements of various Chinese government laws for manufactured products related to human life and health, animals, plants, environmental protection and national security.
Products in 19 groups divided into 132 categories must acquire the mark before they can be marketed, imported or used for any commercial purpose in China. The CCC Mark law went into effect on August 1, 2003.
Various private organizations assist manufacturers and importers in acquiring the CCC mark. Search for “CCC mark” in your computer browser to find organizations to assist in acquiring the CCC mark for your products.
CCC mark directives are published by China’s State General Administration of Quality Supervision and Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) and the Certification and Accreditation Administration (CNCA), on its Web site at: www.cnca.gov.cn For additional information go to: www.mac.doc.gov/China/Docs/BusinessGuides/cccguide2.htm.

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