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SGS obtains GMP+ B11 certificate for animal feed
SGS has been an expert in the dioxin sector for many years. We are pleased to announce that SGS has recently become GMP+ B11-certified worldwide. By obtaining this certificate, we are already carrying out the current dioxin and PCB laboratory analyses in accordance with the requirements of this new global quality system before the scheduled deadline of June 2019.
SGS expands: opening of a new laboratory at Linkeroever (Antwerp)
We are pleased to inform you that our new Oil, Gas & Chemicals laboratory on Linkeroever (Port of Antwerp – left bank of the Scheldt) will be operational as of 15 April 2019.
UN approved 4GV temperature controlled box
At SGS we work with a unique combination of an EPS box and an EQ/LQ and/or UN approved fibreboard box which can be used for temperature-controlled transport of dangerous goods with dry ice or ice packs.
SGS Maco is involved in resolving customs issues concerning Brexit
The Brexiteers within the British Conservative Party have called in the help of former Maco Customs Service director Hans Maessen to solve the Irish / Northern Irish border problem. He is trying to find a solution that keeps that border open after the United Kingdom has left the customs union.
60th Edition of IATA DGR 2019 available soon!
Soon, the 60th edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) 2019 will be available. The IATA DGR is the most consulted source, which can help you with the preparation and documentation of dangerous goods when transporting via air cargo.
Anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures against solar panels from China ends
Anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures against solar panels originating from China are no longer in place, as per 3 September 2018. This means importers no longer have to pay additional duties for importing panels from China.