中國檢驗認證集團澳大利亞有限公司 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com CCIC AUSTRALIA PTY LTD Sat, 22 Feb 2020 16:02:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/cropped-cropped-cciclogo01-32x32.png 中國檢驗認證集團澳大利亞有限公司 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com 32 32 Service Terms http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/service-terms/ Tue, 18 Feb 2020 00:58:01 +0000 http://ccicaus.com.au/?p=408 CCIC Group’s general service terms can be loaded below:

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Sculpture stolen from Victoria Park found in scrapyard by CCIC Staff http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/sculpture-stolen-from-victoria-park-found-in-scrapyard-by-ccic-staff/ Mon, 19 Nov 2018 03:53:19 +0000 http://ccicaus.com.au/?p=451 Read More ...]]> A STOLEN sculpture worth tens of thousands of dollars has turned up in pieces at a Perth scrapyard more than a year after it was taken, according to local Perth media.?

?Police said thieves disguised as maintenance workers swiped the 200kg artwork from a Victoria Park reserve in August last year.?

CCIC surveyor Benny Wang at a Perth scrapyard called police after finding pieces of the $44,000 brass artwork named Hyatti, which means “you are my everything”, among piles of scrap metal on Tuesday.

CCIC has received a “thank you” message for Benny Wang from the local community.

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Conway Country Corp and CCIC Australia signs MOU for cooperation http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/conway-country-corp-and-ccic-australia-signs-mou-for-cooperation/ Tue, 06 Nov 2018 23:14:59 +0000 http://ccicaus.com.au/?p=447 Read More ...]]> On November 6th, Conway Country Corp and CCIC Australia Pty Ltd has signed a MOU for strategic cooperation at China Import Expo in Shanghai. With the agreement, CCIC is to provide inspection, certification and traceability services to Conway products exported to China.

Conway Country Corp is an Australian natural organic farm and high quality protein production and processing base in Northern Territory.

Vice president Wang Hong of CCIC Group has witnessed the signing ceremony.

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CCIC Australia attends AGIC International Conference http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/ccic-australia-attends-agic-international-conference/ Mon, 06 Aug 2018 01:01:14 +0000 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com.au/?p=442 Read More ...]]> CCIC Australia has attended the Australian Grains Industry Conference Australia (AGIC)2018 on the 1-2 August? at Crown Promenade Hotel Melbourne.

Now in its 18th year, AGIC? is?the premier industry conference on the grains industry calendar. It is hosted by leading industry associations?Grain Trade Australia,?Australian Oil-seeds Federation and?Pulse Australia.

AGIC brings together all crucial participants in the Australian industry as well as many senior grains industry executives from around the globe. The Conference provides the latest information affecting the grains industry?in Australia, and globally.

CCIC Australia is here to meet with industry clients and friends, while catching up on the latest developments in the Australian and global grains industries.

Around 1000 delegates related to organisations involved in production, processing, logistics, marketing and servicing the grains industry have attended the Conference.

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CCIC Australia signs cooperative agreement with GM Cosmetics http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/ccic-australia-signs-cooperative-agreement-with-gm-cosmetics/ Tue, 26 Jun 2018 05:34:02 +0000 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com.au/?p=438 Read More ...]]> CCIC Australia recently signed a cooperative agreement with GM Cosmetics to assist its products into China markets through CCIC’s traceability system.

On June 15, witnessed by a local councilor and the media, the two companies met in CCIC office in Sydney for the signing ceremony that kicked off the start of a strategic partnership. This win-win cooperation will provide policy support to GM cosmetics in China markets by way of inspection and certification. It is also a push to promote CCIC’s traceability services to both Chinese and Australian businesses.

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National Standards of PRC – Updates http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/national-standards-prc-updates/ Sun, 28 Jan 2018 23:38:11 +0000 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com.au/?p=416 National Standards of the PRC -Environmental Protection Control Standards for Imported Solid Wastes as Raw Materials:

16487-02-smelt-slag-(en)-2018-revised

16487-03-wood-(en)-2018-revised

16487-04-paper-(en)-2018-revised

16487-06-iron-and-steel-(en)-2018-revised

16487-07-nonferrous-(en)-2018-revised

16487-08-waste-electric-motors-(en)-2018-revised

16487-09-wires-and-cables-(en)-2018-revised

16487-10-metal-and-electrical-appliance-scraps-(en)-2018-revised

16487-11-vessels-(en)-2018-revised

16487-12-plastic-(en)-2018-revised

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Policy Update- Recycled Materials http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/policy-update-recycled-materials/ Mon, 15 Jan 2018 23:09:02 +0000 http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com.au/?p=405 AQSIQ No.194 regulation:Chapter 1 Administration Measures to Solid Waste Materials Supplier

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Australia-China Food Safety and Traceability Forum and Australia-China (Hunan) Trade Matchmaking Conference http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/australia-china-food-safety-traceability-forum-australia-china-hunan-trade-matchmaking-conference/ Wed, 29 Nov 2017 00:26:40 +0000 http://ccicaus.com.au/?p=400 Read More ...]]> The Australia-China Food Safety and Traceability Forum and Australia-China (Hunan) Trade Matchmaking Conference was held in Sydney on 28th of November.

In recent years, the food safety issue has topped the agendas of many Chinese government departments. From October 2015, China started to implement the new Food Safety Law and in December the same year, the State Council publicized a Notice to promote the development of a traceability system for key products. The safety of key imports of foreign food products thus becomes an issue of hot discussion. CCIC Traceability System has been established to meet the needs of policy requirements and market changes. This Australia-China Food Safety and Tracebility Forum is an event for all parties concerned to come together to address these issues.

Attending the event are delegates from China Hunan Provincial Department of Commerce, representatives from China’s Consulate General in Sydney, NSW government and Austrade, as well as businesses from Australia and Hunan province.

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ACBC Forum-How CCIC can assist Australian exporters http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/acbc-forum-ccic-can-assist-australian-exporters/ http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/acbc-forum-ccic-can-assist-australian-exporters/#respond Wed, 19 Jul 2017 00:07:53 +0000 http://ccicaus.com.au/?p=394 Read More ...]]> On July 13, at the Australia China Business Council (ACBC) Queensland forum, CCIC Australia senior manager Al Liang delivered a speech on “how CCIC can assist Australian exporters “.

Mr. Liang outlined CCIC’s Traceability Solutions for Australian food and agricultural exports to China under ChaFTA, Chinese certification compliance requirements and roles of the Chinese Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection & Quarantine (AQSIQ) and CCIC.

Al Liang also answered questions on CCIC Australia’s Traceability and PSI (pre-shipment inspection) services.

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Australian beef producers set to win from Li Keqiang’s visit http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/australian-beef-producers-set-to-win-from-li-keqiangs-visit/ http://www.xslmetalfabrics.com/australian-beef-producers-set-to-win-from-li-keqiangs-visit/#respond Mon, 27 Mar 2017 01:15:32 +0000 http://ccicaus.com.au/?p=373 Read More ...]]>
Besides lovable kangaroos and koalas, cattle are a symbol of Australia, too. And a witty and humorous “beef” anecdote told by visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang showed his vision on closer bilateral economic ties.

“I just checked with the waiter whether we are having beef today. The answer is no. Only chicken will be served,” said smiling Li, when addressing more than 400 lawmakers, businessmen and other people at a luncheon hosted by his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday.

The audience responded with amused laugh and warm applause.

“Naturally I have come here not just for beef or chicken, but for many more areas of exchanges and cooperation we should pursue,” Li continued. “First, I have come for free trade.”

With the anecdote, Li highlighted the purpose of his visit to promote free trade and investment as well as overall China-Australian relations after 45 years of diplomatic ties.

Li, accompanied by his wife Cheng Hong and senior Chinese officials, arrived in Canberra on Wednesday for a five-day official visit, the first to the Oceanian country by a Chinese premier in 11 years.

The two nations have highly complementary economies. China is the largest trading partner and a major source of foreign tourists and students for Australia. The two countries lifted their ties to a comprehensive strategic partnership during Chinese President Xi Jinping‘s visit to Australia in 2014.

The message is encouraging. Australian beef exporters have high hopes for what they will benefit from the visit.

In Thursday’s lunch address at Parliament House in Canberra, the Chinese premier pledged that China stood ready to increase the import of competitive products from Australia and might well start with importing chilled beef for the first time.

On Friday, Li held the fifth annual meeting with Turnbull. The two leaders witnessed the signing of a series of cooperation agreements in trade, innovation, agriculture, food, law enforcement, tourism and education.

Li cited several examples in his speech to show China’s willingness to advance bilateral relations and jointly push economic globalization.

“Yesterday when my wife and I were flying to Australia, we saw lightening on both sides of the plane when it flew through the clouds. Yet, we kept going forward,” Li said at the start of the lunch speech.

He then emphasized China’s firm conviction in the strong, sustained momentum of the China-Australia relations and moving forward bilateral friendship.

Knowing well about China’s history, Turnbull mentioned ancient Chinese navigator Zheng He in his speech. Li then drew the same example of Zheng to show China’s commitment to the path of peaceful development.

“The sole mission of his seven voyages into the western oceans was to promote peace and friendship,” said Li.

China is willing to work with Australia and other relevant countries to maintain regional peace and stability and promote common prosperity, he said.

On China’s foreign policy, Li said “China does not want to see the practice of picking sides, which smacks of the Cold War mentality.” He said the issues that have arisen can be handled according to existing rules and consensus in political, economic and other fields.

Li said he accepted Prime Minister Turnbull’s invitation to a match of Australian football in Sydney, but he would not pick side.

“I will behave as a faithful spectator and loudly cheer for whichever team that scores the goal,” he said.

Xinhua News

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