Since March 20, 2018 the “Printing Permission” is no longer required.
After double-check with CNCA (the supervisory authority of certification companies) it is confirmed that CCAP and CQC will no more issue the so-called Printing Permission.
The following old rule applied until now:
- Manufacturers have to apply for a “Printing Permission” after receiving certificates, so that they can deliver products with the CCC-logo accordingly.
According to the latest announcement (No. 10) of CNCA, from March 20, 2018 on, the following new regulation should apply:
- The “Printing Permission” is cancelled.
- In addition, the letter “s” (for safety) in CCC-logo should be omitted as well. However, existent logos with “s” can still be used until being replaced.
For further questions regarding the logo layout/design in accordance with CCC-rules please feel free to contact us.