31 Mar '14, 9am

Reducing the risk of fakes entering the #supplychain

Reducing the risk of fakes entering the #supplychain

Reducing the risk of fakes entering the supply chain no comment richard wilson 31st March 2014 Get news by email Jean-Louis Evans Pressures of demand and supply are fuelling the dramatic rise in counterfeit products and so companies buying product from outside the EU must take steps to ensure compliance, rather than rely on their supply chain to take on the burden of proof, writes Jean-Louis Evans, managing director at test and certification organisation, TÜV SÜD Product Service. While it is now simple to source electronic components and finished goods from anywhere in the world, companies that buy directly from manufacturers outside the European Union (EU) need to be aware that this changes their responsibilities as they cut out the traditional supply chain. By law, whoever is placing a final product for sale anywhere in the EU is responsible for its compliance. Companies...

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