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China Releases an Updated Product Standard for Casual Wear – FZ/T 81007-2022
China has issued an updated version of its product standard FZ/T 81007-2022 Casual wear. The revised standard became effective on October 1, 2022.
China Releases an Updated Product Standard for Dress and Suit – FZ/T 81004-2022
China has issued an updated version of its product standard FZ/T 81004-2022 Dress and Suit. The revised standard became effective on October 1, 2022.
SGS Partners With TEDD (a VECTRA International Brand) to Augment Responsible Business Services
SGS and Trusted Experts on Due Diligence (TEDD) unite to bring enhanced responsible business services to more organizations.
New Testing Capacity in Kazakhstan
The presence of this independent laboratory, managed by SGS, will help Kazakh manufacturers reduce the time needed for products to enter international markets and keep product quality and safety under control.
Ukraine Regulates Chemicals in Elastomer and Rubber Teats and Soothers
Ukraine has regulated the release of N-nitrosamines and N-nitrosatable substances in teats and soothers containing elastomer and rubber materials. The new law will apply from April 28, 2023.
Ukraine Regulates Food Contact Materials and Articles
Ukraine has issued a new piece of legislation on food contact materials and articles. The new law entered into force on November 20, 2022, and many of the provisions will apply from November 19, 2025.
New Certification Mark Enhances Trust in Food Contact Products
Our new certification mark will enhance consumer trust in food contact materials and articles.
EU General Court Annuls Classification of Titanium Dioxide as Carcinogenic
The EU General Court has annulled the classification of titanium dioxide in certain powder forms as carcinogenic.
SGS Recognized Again as a Sustainability Leader by MSCI
We have been recognized once again for our sustainability performance, receiving a rating of AAA (on a scale of AAA-CCC) in the MSCI ESG ratings assessment for 2022.
EU Sets Limit for Hexachlorobenzene Under Regulation on Persistent Organic Pollutants
The EU has set a limit for hexachlorobenzene under the POP Recast Regulation. The new law will become effective on December 13, 2022.