We become your partner in strategically consulting and helping you register your products.
Both our team and our collaborators in other countries study and prepare the documents and requirements for registration in each case. We monitor the studies and requested checks and look for the quickest and most cost-effective ways to streamline entry of your products into the new market.
We enter your internationalisation project as partners at the point you desire, even before the sales process, to offer you the best strategy and help you register your products.
We analyse alternatives for each product, offering the optimal strategy to enter the market as quickly as possible.
We check compliance and offer advice on the registration process in accordance with the legislation in force in each European country. We offer guidance and services in almost all EU countries.
The principle of mutual recognition is based on the free circulation of goods within the EU, avoiding dual valuation of the same product.
We support you in marketing your products in almost all EU countries through the process of mutual recognition in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/515.
Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures requires manufacturers, importers and downstream users to classify, label and package their dangerous chemical substances before marketing.
Annex VIII of the CLP Regulation defines the harmonised requirements for poison centre notifications (PCN). The information contained in these notifications will be used by poison centres for emergency health response purposes in the event of incidents arising from these mixtures.
At Sun Chemicals, we support you in registering, assessing and authorising a substance and in drafting product Safety Data Sheets (SDS), as well is in declaring hazardous substances and mixtures through the ECHA Portal by linking them with the UFI code.
The KKDIK in Turkey (Kimyasalların Kaydı, Degerlendirmesi, izni ve Kısıtlanması Hakkında Yönetmelik), which translates to “Regulation on the registration, assessment, authorisation and restriction of chemical products”, is a significant regulation the aligns Turkey with international standards in managing chemical products. The KKDIK is essentially Turkey’s answer to the European Union’s REACH regulation (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals).