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【Hong Kong, 30 March 2021】On March 30, STC (Hong Kong Standards and Testing Centre), The Hong Kong Federation of Commerce For Small and Medium Enterprises (FCSME) and the Global Economic Cooperative Alliance (GECA) entered into a “CooperationAgreement to Promote the Development of Unified Quality Standards in the Greater Bay Area” at STC’s headquarters. With a view to establishing and promoting unified quality standards for imported goods in the Greater Bay Area, so as to attract more consumers in China, Hong Kong, Macau and the Greater Bay Area, and to further improve the economy in the Greater Bay Area, Prof. Richard Fung, Chief Executive of STC, Mr. Sam Tam, Chairman of FCSME, and Mr. Thomas Yip, Vice Chairman of GECA Financial Development Committee, officiated at the signing ceremony. Also present were Dr. Franki Lee, STC’s Director of Business Development & Compliance, Mr. CK Tsang, Assistant Director of China Sales & Business Development, Ms. Elaine Cheng, President of FCSME, Ms. Shirley Li, Chairman of the Supervisory Committee, and others.
By this agreement, STC joined hands with FCSME and GECA, two not-for-profit chambers of commerce, to promote unified quality standards and safety standards in the Greater Bay Area, and the first project will be a "Bay Area Label" (provisional) to introduce high-quality Hong Kong and Korean products. This label will help consumers to identify qualified products of high acceptance and credibility. The signatory parties will jointly promote the use of the "Bay Area Label" in Shenzhen, Macau, Zhuhai and all cities in the Greater Bay Area to promote Hong Kong and Korean high-quality products among consumers in the Greater Bay Area, resulting in economic growth for the Greater Bay Area.
FCSME is a well-known not-for-profit chamber of commerce in Hong Kong. Under the guidance of the Hong Kong government, it is an international organization that specializes in supporting small and medium-sized enterprises in the Chinese community worldwide, and receives the strong support of the Hong Kong government.
GECA is a South Korean not-for-profit organization. It aims to provide a platform in economic (international trade) and social development in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America through providing network opportunities, effective and transparent partnerships, innovations, business advisory services, training and continuing education.
Prof. Richard Fung, Chief Executive of STC highlighted the significance of collaboration with FCSME and GECA in developing a set of unified quality standards and safety standards for the Greater Bay Area. The Greater Bay Area is an important hub for China's economic development in recent years. This cooperation agreement is yet another example of how STC can provide professional services in support of economic growth as a leading conformity assessment service provider recognized and respected worldwide.
Established in 1963, STC (Hong Kong Standards and Testing Centre) is Hong Kong’s first independent, not-for-profit testing, inspection and certification organization. STC offers a wide range of services, including Toys, Children's products, Textile, Apparel, Footwear, Furniture, Electrical and Electronic Products, Medical Devices, Food, Chemical and Pharmaceutical products. In order to meet the global demand for testing and certification services, not only has STC set up testing facilities and customer service offices in China’s major cities such as Dongguan, Shanghai, Changzhou, Guangxi and Heilongjiang, but also in countries like Germany, USA, Vietnam and Japan. For more details, please visit www.stc.group.
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Welcome to STC's Booth 8.1U54
to check out the latest national and international testing
standards and requirements for medical devices
13-16 May, 2021 (Thu - Sun)
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai)
Mystery Box (盲盒) is not a new selling technique but it has been a hot item for the past two years. Mystery Box covers a wide range of products, but can these products meet the toy standards and enter the global markets?
STC (Hong Kong Standards and Testing Centre) was invited by HKTC (Hong Kong Toys Council) to share insights on safety requirements of mystery boxes at the “Toys & Children's Products Safety & Regulation Updates” Webinar.
Date: 19th March 2021 (Friday)
Time: 14:00pm - 15:45pm
Language: English (with Mandarin Simultaneous Interpretation)
STC will be exhibiting at the 56th China (Guangzhou) International Beauty Expo.
Welcome to STC's Booth Hall 2.1 K01 to
check out the latest testing standards and requirements for cosmetics.
March 10 - 12, 2021 (Wed - Fri)
China Import and Export Fair Complex
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Visit Us in our Virtual Booth to Discuss All Your Compliance Needs.
Date: 22-26 Feb 2021 (Mon - Fri)
Contact person: Mr. Norman Aronowitz
Tel: +1 862 229 6388 Ext 2
Direct: +1 201 391 4727
*Registration closes on 17 Feb 2021 (Wed). No registrations will be accepted after this date.
STC will be exhibiting at the 33rd Shenzhen International Toy & Education Fair.
Welcome to STC's Booth 17H90 to
check out the latest international toy safety requirements.
March 30 - April 1, 2021 (Tue - Thu)
Shenzhen International Exhibition Center (New)
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continuous support and wish you a wonderful time during the Lunar New Year.
Our offices will be closed on the following days (displayed on the picture) and will resume work afterwards.
With effect from 12 Jan 2021, our Japan office (STC Japan Co. Ltd.) has been moved so as to meet the growing demands of Japanese industries.
Kindly note that our address and contact details are as follows:-
STC Japan Co. Ltd.
Address CONFORT Ⅲ 202, 5-10-12 Nishinippori, Arakawa City, Tokyo 116-0013, Japan
Tel/ Fax +81 3 6806 6767
Should you have any enquiries, please don’t hesitate to contact +81 3 6806 6767.