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CCC Authorized Investigation Letter

What is CCC Authorized Investigation Letter?

If your product is not covered by the CCC Product First Catalogue, and the Chinese Customs or your customer in China may ask you to provide the proof, you can use this CCC Authorized Investigation Letter as an official proof.

What's difference between CCC Authorized Investigation Letter and CCC Waiver?

CCC Authorized Investigation Letter is for the product NOT covered by the CCC Product First Catalogue, while CCC Waiver is for the product covered by the CCC Product First Catalogue

Who can issue CCC Authorized Investigation Letter?

Only the designated CCC laboratories in China can issue this CCC Authorized Investigation Letter. Our laboratory in China can issue this letter. You can contact us for further information. When you apply for this CCC Authorized Investigation letter, please email us with following information about your product:

Applicant Name:
 
Applicant Address:  
Applicant Country:
 
Applicant Contact number/Fax number:  
Product Name:  
Product Model:  
Product HS Code: (Click here if you don't know what HS Code is)
Product Brief Description:  
Product Major Specifications:  
Manufacturer Name:  
Manufacturer Country:  

I heard of "Outside CCC Product Catelogue Confirmation Letter" before. What is it then?

The "Outside CCC Product Catelogue Confirmation Letter" was able to prove your product not covered by CCC Product First Catalogue, and issued by Chinese local industry and commerce bureau. However, this "Outside CCC Product Catelogue Confirmation Letter" has been invalid, and replaced by the "CCC Authorized Investigation Letter" since 2005.


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