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We have established ourselves as the leading enterprises actively committed towards offering best quality services. Our services are highly demanded in the market for their features like timely execution, reliability and cost-effectiveness.Other service also come into our work like Food License and Fssai License in Ahmedabad and Surat.
All Food Business Operators in India are mandatorily required to have an FSSAI issued license for their premises as per the kind of activities they perform. We guide our clients through the entire journey of obtaining License or Registration.
Through our extensive network and professional liaison with the Regulatory Authorities, we support FBOs such as manufacturers, importers, re-packers, re-labelers, retailers, caterers, restaurateur, hotelier, wholesaler, storage units, food transporters, canteens, food processing units and any other food business operators in food chain get a license depending upon the activity, size and scale of business.
GMP (Good Manufacturing Product)
Good manufacturing practices (GMP) are the practices required in order to conform to the guidelines recommended by agencies that control the authorization and licensing of the manufacture and sale of food and beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceutical products, dietary supplements, and medical devices. These guidelines provide minimum requirements that a manufacturer must meet to assure that their products are consistently high in quality, from batch to batch, for their intended use. The rules that govern each industry may differ significantly; however, the main purpose of GMP is always to prevent harm from occurring to the end user. Additional tenets include ensuring the end product is free from contamination, that it is consistent in its manufacture, that its manufacture has been well documented, that personnel are well trained, and the product has been checked for quality more than just at the end phase. GMP is typically ensured through the effective use of a quality management system (QMS).
Trust / NGO Registration
In India non profit organisations/ public charitable organisations (NGO) can be registered as trusts, societies, or a private limited non profit company, under section-8 companies. Non-profit organisations in India (a) exist independently of the state; (b) are self-governed by a board of trustees or ‘managing committee’/ governing council, comprising individuals who generally serve in a fiduciary capacity; (c) produce benefits for others, generally outside the membership of the organisation; and (d), are ‘non-profit-making’, in as much as they are prohibited from distributing a monetary residual to their own members.
Section 2(15) of the Income Tax Act – which is applicable uniformly throughout the Republic of India – defines ‘charitable purpose’ to include ‘relief of the poor, education, medical relief and the advancement of any other object of general public utility’. A purpose that relates exclusively to religious teaching or worship is not considered as charitable. Thus, in ascertaining whether a purpose is public or private, one has to see if the class to be benefited, or from which the beneficiaries are to be selected, constitute a substantial body of the public. A public charitable purpose has to benefit a sufficiently large section of the public as distinguished from specified individuals. Organisations which lack the public element – such as trusts for the benefit of workmen or employees of a company, however numerous – have not been held to be charitable. As long as the beneficiaries of the organisation comprise an uncertain and fluctuating body of the public answering a particular description, the fact that the beneficiaries may belong to a certain religious faith, or a sect of persons of a certain religious persuasion, would not affect the organisation’s ‘public’ character.
Whether a trust, society or section-8 company (previous section 25), the Income Tax Act gives all categories equal treatment, in terms of exempting their income and granting 80G certificates, whereby donors to non-profit organisations may claim a rebate against donations made. Foreign contributions to non-profits are governed by FC(R)A regulations and the Home Ministry. CAF would like to clarify that this material provides only broad guidelines and it is recommended that legal and or financial experts be consulted before taking any important legal or financial decision or arriving at any conclusion.
Formation and Registration of a Non -Profit organisations in India
3) Section-8 Company (previous section 25)
Additional Licensing/ Registration
RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances is a simple directive published by European Union to ensure safety of the people and environment why was treating few hazardous substances for electrical and electronic products that are sold in the market.RoHS certification consultant in India can help you in and out with the process. Even thought that it was started only in 2003 in European union, it came into effect by July 1 2006. The directive is 2002/95/EC. It restricts the use of six hazardous materials in the electrical and electronic products that are sold in the European market.RoHSconsultant in India is the right source. It was again published in 2011 by EU as RoHS recast which is referred to as RoHS – 2 which includes CE marking as a basic requirement for getting compliant with RoHS. Again its third edition was established in 2015 by European Union which adds restriction of four more hazardous substances to the list. RoHS consultant service in India is an helping hand. Any business organizationinvolvedin the activities of manufacturingand sales of applicable electrical or electronic products, equipment, sub-assemblies, cables, components, or spare partsand also resellers, distributors or integrators who sell or place the products especially electronic and electrical good in the European market should ensure that the 10 restricted hazardous substances are not used. It is highly recommendable to go with RoHS consulting service in Indiato complete the process without any hassle.
- Lead (Pb)
- Mercury (Hg)
- Cadmium (Cd)
- Hexavalent chromium (CrVl)
- Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB)
- Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)
- Bis(2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)
- Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP)
- Dibutyle phthalate (DBP)
- Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP)
These are the 10 restricted hazardous substances the European market in both manufacturer and the reseller sell the product which is Electronic or electrical goods with usage of above stated 10 hazardous material will be subjected to legal obligations. RoHS audit in India is best to go with as an helpful source.
The CE marking is a key indicator (but not a proof) that a product complies with EU legislation and enables the free movement of them within the Union.
- The CE marking indicates the conformity of the product with the Union legislation applying to the product and providing for CE marking.
- The CE marking is affixed on products that will be placed on the EEA market, whether they are manufactured in the EEA or in another country.
CE marking does not indicate that a product was made in the European Union. The CE marking indicates conformity with the requirements laid down by the Union harmonization directives in question. Therefore, it is to be considered as essential information to Member States’ authorities as well as other relevant parties.
Where the CE Marking be affixed?
The CE marking must be affixed visibly, legibly and indelibly to the product or to its data plate. However, where this is not possible or not warranted on account of the nature of the product, it must be affixed to the packaging, if any, and/ or to the accompanying documents.
When the CE marking be affixed?
The CE marking may not be affixed until the conformity assessment procedure has been completed to ensure that the product complies with all the provisions of the relevant Union harmonization acts. This will usually be at the end of the production phase.
The nature of the CE marking
It consists of the initials CE according to a graphic codified and defined in exactly the same way in each directive, corresponding to the pictogram at left.
FCC Certification and Testing
Benchmark Counsultant will help you attain FCC Certification in less than half the time it takes the federal communications commission (FCC).
Manufacturers who wish to sell telecom, licensed RF, and low powered transmitters in the United States must have their products tested by FCC listed or accredited lab and certified by the FCC for EMC/Telecom compliance. We provide independent FCC testing and certification services that will help get your products to market faster, enabling greater sales and revenue potential overall.
Benchmark Consultant is an FCC-designated Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB) and can test to the following FCC Rules: FCC Part 11; FCC Part 15; FCC Part 18; FCC Part 22; FCC Part 24; FCC Part 68; FCC Part 90; FCC Part 95.
Why HALAL ?
Halal is a multi trillion dollar market and is still increasing exponentially. Due to globalization there is a free flow of goods across the borders. But not all products suitable for every region or nation hence the Islamic nations require halal certificate for the products being imported into their countries. Regions like Gulf and South East Asia are the few of the largest market for Indian made products. To gain entry into these markets it is essential to have halal certificate especially for food products but soon it will be mandatory for all products. Since these markets are dominated by Muslim consumer, a halal logo on your product will help to promote and market your product more thus building a strong brand value for your product. There are countries as well there is a demand for halal products for example Europe, Africa, India, Bangladesh, US, etc.
A halal certificate is relevant for manufacturers, packers and/or traders of products which includes food, cosmetic, flavor, fragnance, pharmaceuticals, Nutraceuticals, AYUSH, toiletries, chemicals, agri- products, etc. Catering companies or companies preparing food like centralized kitchens, restaurant, eating outlet, kiosk, etc can also be halal certified to ensure consumer to get halal food. Under tourism category we certify hotels, hospitals, resort, entertainment area, amusement park, etc as halal based on services and food they provide. For tourism category we provide two certificates one for service and another for food they serve wherever applicable. For companies involved in supply chain we provide certificate for logistic/transportation and and storage/warehouse business. This will help ensure halal compliance of product throughout the supply chain ensuring a total halal food reaches the consumers. Apart from this we will be starting finance based certification soon..
What is IEC?
IEC or Importer Exporter Code is a unique 10 -digit alpha numeric code issued on the basis of PAN of an entity.
Why is IEC required?
To import or export in India, IEC Code is mandatory. No person or entity shall make any Import or Export without IEC Code Number, unless specifically exempted.
Who can get IEC?
An individual or a company who wants to do international business can get an IEC. Individuals can use either the name of their company or their name directly to apply for IEC.
Who issues IEC?
IEC is issued in electronic form (e-IEC) by Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) which is under Ministry of Commerce, Government of India.
What is the validity of IEC?
An IEC allotted to an applicant shall have permanent validity.
Is there any Application form for applying IEC?
Yes. Application has to filed in ANF 2A format for grant of IEC