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Cross-border Sellers: Do Not Know These Countries Toy Import Standards, How To Open Up The Toy Market2
Nov 14, 2017

European market

To enter the European market, the need for EN71 series of toy safety testing, CE certification. In particular, GS certification is recommended if you enter the German market.

EN71 is a standard EU toy market standards. The significance of certification is that toy products can reduce or avoid the harm of toys to children through the adoption of technical standards. In the EU market, the "CE" mark is a compulsory certification mark. Whether it is the products produced by the enterprises within the EU or the products made by other countries, the "CE" mark must be affixed if it is to be freely circulated in the EU market. GS certification is the certification needed for export to Germany and is the recognized German safety certification mark in the European market.

American market

The United States has a very strict requirement on the quality of the goods entering the country. It first needs routine tests and then special tests on toy products. General test GCC (general conformity certification) general quality certification. There are also CPSC accredited third-party testing agencies for routine testing: lead paint testing, small parts testing, and provide the corresponding COC (certification of compliance, certificate). Special Test ASTM F963 the first three parts of the test: physical and mechanical properties test, flammability test, eight toxic heavy metals test. CPSIA lead content, 6 kinds of phthalate content and label testing. In addition, California has special provisions: o-benzene test for the 7 species.

Japanese market

The new Japan Toy Safety Standard (ST 2012) was released on October 3, 2012 and will enter into force on January 1, 2013. The new ST 2012 is designed to ensure the safety of toys for children 14 and under. Mainly consists of three parts: mechanical and physical properties, flammability test (in line with ISO 8124 standards) and chemical properties (this part of the ST200 remains the 11th edition unchanged).

Australia and New Zealand markets

Safety requirements for children 's toys - Part 1: General requirements

AS 1647.2-1992 + Admt.1-1995 Safety requirements for children's toys Part 2: Structural requirements

Safety requirements for children 's toys - Part 3: Toxicity requirements

Safety requirements for children 's toys - Part 4: Requirements for fire retardancy

Canadian market

CCPSA: The Canadian Consumer Product Safety Act passed December 15, 2010 in Canada. In the toy industry, the relevant laws are mainly the Dangerous Products Act (HPA) and its Implementing Regulations, the Dangerous Products (Toys) Ordinance, administered and enforced by Health Products Safety Canada (formerly the Product Safety Authority).