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 RGS provides wide range of REACH related services

Management of existing pre-registered substances

Non EU manufacturers maintain pre-registrations to allow flexibility to source substances from any suppliers; otherwise they are legally bound to source substances only from registered or pre-registered suppliers and can only supply importers with substance (pre)registrations. Complete services required to transition pre-registered substances through the registration process.

Late-Pre-registration

First time exporter to the EU Community?
 
You can still pre-register by appointing REACH Global Services as your Only Representative, if you:
  • Are able to prove that you are exporting a phase-in substance to the EU for the first time after 1 December 2008 in quantities of 1 tonne or more per year
  • Are able to prove that you are exporting articles that contain substances intended to be released under normal and reasonably conditions of use for the first time after 1 December 2008. In addition, the substance needs to be present in those articles in quantity of 1 tonne or more per year.
If this is the case, the following deadlines apply:
  • At the latest six months after exporting exceeds the one-tonne threshold and
  • At least 12 months before the transitional deadline for registration (31 May 2013 and 31 May 2018)
Our late pre-registration services are as follows:
  • Data collection and pre-assessment of registration obligations
  • Online submission of information required for ECHA late pre - registration
  • Management of all SIEF (Substance Information Exchange Forum) communication
  • Offering the most cost effective way of being REACH compliant
  • Consortium representation
  • Development of strategies to deal with possible future requirements

Registration

You pre-registered your substance or are you a first time exporter but don’t you fulfill the criteria for late pre-registration?
 
REACH Global Services S.A. can still register your substance on your behalf when you appoint us as your Only Representative.
 
For registering a substance that was not preregistered; first an inquiry dossier needs to be submitted to the European Chemicals Agency to obtain an Inquiry number, letter of access (LOA) purchase or consortium membership is required to obtain the registration token from the Lead Registrant  registration dossier is submitted to ECHA and the ECHA fee paid to receive the registration number.

Our registration services are as follows:

  • Data collection and pre-assessment of registration obligations
  • Substance and impurity identification
  • Review of analytical tests results
  • Online submission of information required for ECHA inquiry
  • Online submission of information required for ECHA registration
  • Management of all SIEF and consortia related communication
  • Offering the most cost effective way of being REACH compliant
  • Consortium representation
  • Informing your downstream users of the registration proof issued by ECHA
  • Development of strategies to deal with possible future requirements
  • Registration dossier updates

Consultancy Services for Article and Preparation Manufacturers

You are non EU manufacturer of mixtures or articles and place these on the EU market and are unsure of your REACH obligations or wish to reassure your EU downstream users that you are REACH compliant, REACH Global Services S.A. can clearly describe your REACH related obligations. RGS can audit your supply chain to ascertain and certify REACH compliance.
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