The issue of formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products has been a concern since the gas was deemed carcinogenic in 2004. Now, with new standards coming into force in the US and Europe, manufacturers need to ensure compliance.
Many of us think of clothing labels only as the tags that itch our necks, but a significant amount of time and thought goes into label preparation.
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) has published a revision to US toy safety standard ASTM F963 - now designated as ASTM F963-16 - find out how these changes may impact your operations.
In the latest of our series of laboratory focus articles we explore SGS’s new consumer goods testing laboratory in Hai Phong, Vietnam.
Manufacturers must take precautions against the contamination of adhesive-backed hygiene articles - SGS recently investigated one such incident on behalf of a client.
Our dedicated testing facilities, positioned near India’s furniture manufacturing hub service the growing export sector.
Electrical and electronic products offered for sale in South Korea are subject to KC Certification, a mandatory scheme that ensures products are safe and can legally enter the Korean market.
SGS-TÜV partners with kVA to offer AFSP and IFSP programs to the North American automotive industry.
SGS has established a new ISO 17025-accredited test lab for disposable hygiene products in Oignies, near Lille in France.
We have invested in new equipment and new accreditation to demonstrate product compliance to EN 16121, and EN 14749.