​Join CCBC and CCIC to learn top strategies for simplifying the import license and compliance process

04 Aug, 2020

​Join CCBC and CCIC to learn top strategies for simplifying the import license and compliance process

CCBC’s six-part China Ready series of webinars is designed to provide guidance and expert advice to companies interested in exporting to China. The third in the series, Getting Your Product Certified and China Ready – Simplifying the import license and compliance process, will provide an introduction to China’s import regulatory system as well as the safety supervision system for agri-foods. The presentation will also highlight:

  • Certification for agricultural and industrial products
  • Chinese organic certification
  • China’s compulsory certification
  • CCIC pre-shipment inspection results, as recognized by Qingdao Customs
  • “CCIC Top Quality + FTZ Fast Moving” to accelerate your exports

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This session is free of charge for CCBC members in good standing, C$25+HST for non-members.

Date: Wednesday, August 5
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST / 10:00 am – 11:00 am PT

*Pre-registration is required. Upon successful registration, you will receive a secondary Zoom registration link that will provide you with dial-in information.

About the speaker:

Minyan LI
Managing Director
China Certification & Inspection Group Canada Inc.

Minyan LI has served as an executive at China Certification & Inspection Group (CCIC) branches in China, Europe and North America, and dedicated to Chinese trade regulation consulting and inspection services for more than 30 years. CCIC, accredited by Customs and China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS), is the largest independent third-party organization in China and aims to provide a comprehensive one-stop solution for quality, safety, health and environmental protection.

Minyan obtained an MBA from Fudan University. As Chairman of the Association of Chinese Investment Enterprises in the Netherlands (ACIEN), she has been recognized by the Dutch government for her contribution in foreign direct investment. Her commitment to improving trading services and support in marketing benefits overseas clients as they enter and expand in China’s marketplace