After the EU introduced a registration obligation for chemicals in Europe in 2006 with the REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, many countries worldwide have taken this legislation as a model and introduced similar regulations, e.g. Turkey or Korea. These are often based on the European REACH Regulation, but are amended to different degrees.
Before placing a product on the market, it should be checked in each country whether a chemical inventory exists and which steps are necessary to ensure compliance with the law. Many Asian countries, in particular, have laws on inventories, whereby e.g. the quantity limits, the types of registrations or notifications, the scope of the data to be submitted and the exceptions differ considerably. As we have already worked on all existing inventories, we can provide you with competent advice.
As many countries are still in the introductory phase, there is often the possibility of pre-registration. This usually means a substantially smaller expenditure than a registration and can therefore be carried out at a lower cost. Take advantage of the pre-registration opportunities to benefit from transition periods of several years and thus save costs.
Of course, we can also advise you individually according to the current state of affairs.