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    • EU Labeling

      EU Labeling is a mark for truck/car vehicle tires. Manufacturers of tires for cars, light and heavy trucks must specify fuel consumption, wet grip and noise classification of every tyre sold in EU market starting in November 2012.

      For more information, check the official site:

      www.europa.com

      To find our certificates, please go to DOWLOAD page, or require from our sales people.

    • EU Labeling

      EU Labeling is a mark for truck/car vehicle tires. Manufacturers of tires for cars, light and heavy trucks must specify fuel consumption, wet grip and noise classification of every tyre sold in EU market starting in November 2012.

      For more information, check the official site:

      www.europa.com

      To find our certificates, please go to DOWLOAD page, or require from our sales people.

    S-mark: 

    S-mark is a mandatory requirement to extend sales to Europe Market.


    DOT Certificate

    In the United States, the DOT Code is an alphanumeric character sequence molded into the sidewall of the tire for purposes of tire identification. The DOT Code is mandated by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The DOT Code is useful in identifying tires in a product recall.


    Inmetro Certificate

    In order to enter the Brazilian aftermarket, automotive components have to be labeled with the Inmetro Mark as well as a third party certification logo that has been accredited by Inmetro. These specifications were issued within the Inmetro Ordinance 301/2011 on 21st July 2011, which aims to establish minimum safety requirements for automotive components.


    CCC Certificate

    The China Compulsory Certificate mark, commonly known as CCC Mark, is a compulsory safety mark for many products imported, sold or used in the Chinese market. It became implemented on May 1, 2002 and fully effective on August 1, 2003.[1] It is the result of the integration of China's two previous compulsory inspection systems, namely "CCIB" (Safety Mark, introduced in 1989 and required for products in 47 product categories) and "CCEE" (also known as "Great Wall" Mark, for electrical commodities in 7 product categories), into a single procedure.


    ISO Certificate

    The International Organization for Standardization, widely known as ISO, is an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations..


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