CCC Conversion Deadline for Brake Pads is June 1, 2021

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Source: MPR China Certification post

FRANKFURT am MAIN, Germany – Brake pads will require mandatory CCC certification from June 1, 2021 in order to be sold on the Chinese market. This means that after June 1, 2021, the Chinese product licenses still valid will expire.

Since June of this year, applications for CCC certification can be submitted to the certification authorities CQC and CCAP. The corresponding applicable standard GB 5763-2018 came into force on October 1, 2019, and together with the implementing regulation CNCA-C11-20:2020 forms the basis for the CCC certification of brake pads.

Since certification through product testing and factory audit is very extensive and time-consuming and a high volume of applications for CCC certification for brake pads is to be expected, we recommend that brake pad manufacturers start the application process as soon as possible.

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Under certain circumstances, already existing test reports, inspection reports or similar documents may be accepted by the authorities.

For more information on how CCC certification, the CCC Self-Declaration and voluntary CCAP or CQC certification may affect a company, or for more information about CCC certification in general, the process, and the associated costs, please visit MPR China Certification’s Website and its News Section where current updates are posted twice a week.

In addition, MPR China Certification offers a free brochure, which can be downloaded as a PDF file or interested parties can consult the company’s book (in English) A Brief Guide to CCC: China Compulsory Certification, which is available from Amazon.

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