Adhoc Compliance Consulting
Do you need fast and unbureaucratic advice on all aspects of your product compliance? We provide professional and flexible advice by phone or in an online meeting. Our compliance ad hoc advice may be just the fast support you need to solve your acute compliance problem. We help you in a very flexible way - wherever you are!
New compliance services
Not only have we had a new name since 1 September 2020; after all, you as a customer should benefit from our realignment across the board. We have added new services to our service portfolio.
We will help you
The list of statutory requirements for the sale of products is very long and varies individually, depending on the type of goods. We will help you keep track of developments in the national and international compliance jungle.
A strong family of companies
Together with our affiliates take-e-way and get-e-right, our strong group of companies offers you the entire range of product compliance from a single source. You can rely on this absolutely.
The company trade-e-bility GmbH (former TMK Retail Service & Consulting GmbH) was founded in 2014. trade-e-bility GmbH provides manufacturers, importers and retailers with external quality management services for non-food products. The objective is to proactively accompany the manufacturing or procurement process and to help verify all aspects of product marketability. This means that trade-e-bility GmbH customers are protected as far as possible from legal warning letters and can successfully focus on sourcing new customers and developing new fields of activity. trade-e-bility GmbH is independent of inspection institutes, combining many years’ expertise with modern process management and thus enabling customers to obtain product conformity at low prices.
bol.com, eMAG, Wish.com, AliExpress, Amazon, eBay, Rakuten France, Allegro, Cdiscount, Etsy and Joom have signed the “Commitment for Better Product Safety” to remove dangerous products from their websites in cooperation with the EU member states.
The Freiburg-based Öko-Institut recommends putting an end to the exemption for cadmium-containing material layers in displays in the RoHS Directive. This would mean that such materials are likely to be prohibited in 2022. In addition, it should be borne in mind that materials such as cadmium that fall under an RoHS exemption may still need to be reported as a SVHC under REACh.
On 2 March 2021, the European Commission published its annual report on Safety Gate, which is the EU’s rapid alert system for dangerous consumer products and helps remove dangerous non-food products from the market. According to the report, toys were the product category with the highest number of alerts, followed by electrical appliances and accessories as well as products associated with COVID-19.