Recently, the Taizhou Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of Zhejiang completed a retrospective investigation of a batch of returned digital generators exported to Germany by a company in the area, which was the first time that such cargo was returned in the Taizhou area.
The number of shipments of digital generators for this shipment was 1185 units with a value of 227614.8 US dollars and was exported to Germany in June 2016. After the goods arrived in Germany, the German importers sampled through third-party inspections and found that the lead content of the individual parts of the batch exceeded the ROHS directive. The products would not be able to be sold in the European market and the goods would be returned to China. After consultation, Taizhou enterprises agreed to return requirements. The batch of goods also arrived on the scene of the production company a few days ago. The Taizhou Inspection and Quarantine Bureau investigated and found out that the reason for the problem was that some of the components purchased by the production companies did not meet the requirements of the ROHS Directive.
The digital generator is a digital inverter generator powered by an internal combustion engine. The speed is automatically adjusted with the load. The waveform is more stable and environmentally friendly. It can reduce fuel consumption by 20-25%. It is a product that has risen in recent years.
The returned goods were discovered by foreign importers themselves. If they were seized by foreign official agencies, they would be notified by the European Union. Chinese enterprises will not only suffer economic losses, but will also seriously affect the image of “Made in China”. Zhejiang Taizhou Inspection and Quarantine Bureau reminded relevant manufacturers to first pay attention to the sales market when exporting goods, specify the requirements of the importing country, organize the production in strict accordance with the laws, regulations, and standards of the importing country; secondly, regulate the procurement and management of spare parts. , to strengthen the inspection of incoming goods to prevent the production of products that do not meet the requirements of on-line production; third is to strengthen the inspection of finished products, prevent the entry of unqualified products out of the country, and maintain the image of “Made in China”.