The European Association of Chemical Distributors (Fecc) and Chemical Inspection and Regulatory Services (CIRS) are delighted to announce that we will co-organize a collaborative webinar on China REACH. This webinar will elaborate the contents of the Guideline on New Chemical Substance Registration (Public Consultation Version) in China and will highlight the challenges companies may face when complying with the new requirements and regulations.
Fecc and CIRS are discussing a plan for organising a second collaborative webinar about detailed data requirements under China REACH. More information will be available soon.
Presentation: "Guideline on New chemical Substance Registration (Public Consultation Version) in China and Countermeasure Proposals "
Date: 30 October - 11:00h - 12:00h CET
Preamble (housekeeping remarks & anti-trust reminder): Dorothee Arns, Director General, Fecc
Presentation: Judy Li, Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Dept, CIRS China
- Overview of the Chemical Regulations in China
- Interpretations of the Guideline on New Chemical Substance Registration (Public Consultation Version)
- Regulatory Challenges and Countermeasure Proposals
Ms. Judy Li
Registration: Register here (This event is free-of-charge for Fecc members)
Fecc is the voice of the Chemical Distribution Industry in Europe, with an active membership of companies and national associations. Fecc serves very diverse audiences and communities by representing around 1,600 companies, including:
- all the actors in the chemical value chain and beyond,
- ranging from producers to end users,
- all segments, chemical and beyond (bio-based material, recyclates),
- of entities of all sizes: vast majority are small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), but we have also big multinational companies onboard,
- from Europe, our core area of responsibility, and beyond.
The sector stands for more than 30,000 highly qualified jobs directly and four times as many indirectly. The vast majority of distributors in Europe are small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), many of which are family-owned with long-standing close ties to the regions there are operating in. Furthermore, the European chemical distribution sector creates more than €28 bn turnover each year by adding value in the chemical supply chain and beyond, while meeting the demand and specific needs of over 1 million downstream users of very diverse sectors such as pharmaceuticals, construction, paints & coatings, agriculture, cosmetics, food & feed, automotive. Distributors are in midst of all value chains. Also the services rendered by distributors can vary greatly and can comprise functions like logistics & packaging, formulation, recycling, research & development, innovation, training, regulatory and technical advice, and warehousing.