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Material Compliance

RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) and REACH Compliance Services are tailored to meet each Client’s individual needs. Our Compliance team assist clients in analyzing and implementing a corporate compliance strategy, which enables them to face the challenge of bringing about an overall revamp in their approach to sustainable product development and manufacturing.

We take the lead in compliance data collection, which calls for collecting and maintaining information about the compliance status of each part used by the Client, be it a standard off-the-shelf part or a custom or mechanical part or assembly. Apart from providing the information supplied by the manufacturers of the parts, we also assist our Clients in developing verifiable documentation on the compliance data collected. This audit trail is crucial to prove due diligence, should any RoHS and REACH enforcement agency call for verification of the compliance declaration.

This service includes the following deliverables:

  • RoHS compliance status, exemption codes, Certificate of Compliance (CoC)
  • REACH compliance status, REACH regulation version, Substances of Very High Concern (SVHCs), supplier declaration of conformance (SDoc)
  • Article weight
  • Component lifecycle status, including end-of-life (EOL) and last time buy (LTB) information
  • Identification of compliant alternate parts
  • Manufacturing Process information, including MSL, Peak processing temperature, and plating finish
  • Technical datasheet
  • Description of the component, material, or assembly
  • Audit trail and signatory information

RoHS and REACH Compliance Services enable Clients to effectively deal with compliance challenges, such as:

Varying material declaration formats, from one supplier to another.
High costs of collating data, as well as the time consumed in sourcing information from suppliers.
You save on 401K and medical costs to be paid for teams handling these requirements.
Tracking ongoing changes to the regulations and related exemptions.
Difficulty in identifying replacement materials that comply with the legislation.
Complexities of interpreting the legislation and its impact.


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