January 2, 2020｜Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.
A Pilot Program to Develop a Solution for EU Reach SCIP
GreenSoft Technology has started working with key customers on a pilot program to develop a solution for manufacturers in anticipation of the upcoming EU REACH Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) database known as SCIP.
Companies placing articles on the EU market which contain reportable levels of SVHCs will need to submit their product information into the SCIP database starting January 5, 2021.
The SCIP portal website is expected to be available for testing by stakeholders in January 2020, giving manufacturers and solution providers one year to develop a solution and gather the required product information.
SCIP database expands data requirements for manufacturers
Manufacturers will be required to submit significantly more information to the SCIP database than the current SVHC communication obligations under Article 33 of EU REACH. As a leading provider of data services and software to help manufacturers comply with regulations such as EU REACH, GreenSoft has been developing a data services and software solution for the new SCIP database.
Larry Yen, President of GreenSoft, has issued the following statement regarding the EU REACH SCIP database:
“GreenSoft is aware of the burden that the new SCIP database requirement is placing on our customers. Due to our position in the supply chain between component/material suppliers and product producers, we are uniquely positioned to provide a comprehensive SCIP solution. We are pleased to be working directly with key industry-leading GreenSoft customers on a pilot program for the development and testing of GreenSoft’s SCIP compliance solution.”
After the pilot program period, GreenSoft will issue a wide-release of our EU REACH SCIP database solution to new and existing clients. Submit your email below to be alerted when our EU REACH SCIP database solution is available.
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