Language Selection :
English
Chinese
Japanese
Liner Agency
Port Agency
- Terms and Conditions
Offshore Support Services
- Terms and Conditions

Project Logistics
- Air Freight
- Sea Freight
- Inland Transportation
- Case Studies
- Terms and Conditions


Ship Broking & Commercial Services
-
Terms and Conditions

Related Services
   -
Simba Logistics

Download Integrated Services Brochure



 

Imported chemicals must contain Vietnamese labelling 27-Feb-2012

All imported chemical substances sold in Viet Nam must be labelled in the Vietnamese language, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has announced.
 
The ministry's circular on classifying and labelling of chemical substances said that labels must include the chemical's name, identity code, potential hazards, ingredients, date of manufacture and expiry date. Information about manufacturers and importers must be affixed to the products.
 
Original labels are also compulsory in addition to the Vietnamese versions.
 
In addition to the labels, the circular required that chemical substances must be classified depending on their material and health hazards.
 
The new system, which will go into effect on March 30, is expected to effectively control imported chemical substances circulating within the country.

Source: Viet Nam News, 27 February 2012

 


Do you find this article useful? Share it and Follow us on LinkedIn

   
 
< Back to news list

Liner Agency Project Logistics Ship Broking &
Commercial Services
Related Services
Port Agency
Offshore Support
Services
Cambodia Philippines
China Singapore
Hong Kong South Korea
India Sri Lanka
Indonesia Taiwan
Japan Thailand
Malaysia Timor-Leste
Myanmar Vietnam

Copyright © Ben Line Agencies. All rights reserved. Terms of Use Site Map Staff Login
BEN LINE AGENCIES IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTENT OF EXTERNAL INTERNET SITES