A free webinar in UL's softlines webinar series
June 9th, 2020 | 10:00AM ET | 3:00PM CET
The Chinese government has taken proactive steps to improve product quality by setting national standards known as Guo Biao (GB) across various consumer product industries, including softlines. It is essential for foreign companies to comply with applicable Chinese national and industrial standards for successful entry into the China market. With a global service network and an in-depth understanding of product testing requirements, UL can conduct tests based on Chinese standards to help with compliance and speed up your time to market. During this webinar, Simon Tse, UL’s Technical Manager for Softlines, will go through the different GB requirements relevant to softlines, discuss China market access strategies and answer any relevant questions you may have.
Meet our presenter - Simon Tse
With over 15 years of experience in softlines testing and in-depth knowledge of the regulations for multiple countries, Simon Tse oversees a team of softlines technical specialists in the Greater China region. He is responsible for the review and interpretation of technical data, test results, and technical alignment to help ensure that testing was completed properly and to the right standards. Simon also acts as an account manager for some key client programs. As the approval signatory of the Hong Kong Laboratory Accreditation Scheme (HOKLAS) on Textile and Garments, including GB testing, he also assists with the management of the Hong Kong’s laboratory. Simon graduated with a Bachelor Honors Degree in Textile Chemistry BSc. (Hons), a Master’s Degree in Testing and Certification (MSc.), and an MBA. Simon’s memberships include the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) – Senior-Complimentary Member, American Society of Quality (ASQ), Chartered Colourist / Associateship of the Society of Dyers and Colourists (ASDC), Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB), and the Hong Kong Institution of Textile and Apparel (MHKITA).
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