TÜV Rheinland Headquarters Receives Kingfa Delegation
Recently, the international independent third-party testing, inspection, and certification organization TÜV Rheinland Group received a delegation from Kingfa Sci. & Tech. Co., Ltd. The delegation included LI Nanjing, the CEO and Co-founder, DING Zhengya, Vice president of Europe Kingfa, WANG Zelong, Director of BU Toys, and LIAO Mengyuan, Senior Manager of Sales and Marketing Department/Sustainability Expert. A chemical laboratory tour was conducted.
Dr. Michael Fübi, CEO of TÜV Rheinland AG, Dr. Andreas Kock, Managing Director of DIN CERTCO, and Elke Heyer, Section Manager Central Laboratory of TÜV Rheinland LGA Product GmbH, warmly welcomed the delegation.
During the meeting, the two sides had in-depth discussions on establishing European high-quality recycled materials industry standards and sustainable new material, product quality, and factory quality management system certification and auditing, and focused on promoting sustainable material applications in the toy industry. The two parties also discussed how to deepen their cooperation in the future, aiming at empowering the global innovation chain and industry chain with a precision layout, and improving the quality and efficiency of the global new material industry ecosystem.
Dr. Michael Fübi expressed a warm welcome for the Kingfa visit: "I am pleased to have the opportunity to communicate face-to-face with our Chinese partners again. As the world's second-largest economy, China has continued to grow rapidly and has been a key driving force for global economic growth over the past 20 years. However, the proportion of sustainable material applications of China's new materials in the global market share still has much room for improvement. TÜV Rheinland will support Kingfa to increase its research and development efforts in sustainable materials. As always, we will also help standardize and improve its professional management, enabling more high-quality 'Made in China' products to go global."
LI Nanjing said: "As a global supplier of new polymer materials, Kingfa is committed to becoming the world's best new material company, with high respect in the industry. We integrate sustainable development into our daily thinking and actions, and systematically invest in sustainable development, technological innovation in materials, improving the independent controllability of the supply chain of the industrial chain, developing green and low-carbon material solutions, checking the carbon footprint of the entire life cycle of plastic products, promoting continuous emission reduction, and striving to achieve harmonious development of enterprises and society."
"In the future, we hope to leverage the strengths of TÜV Rheinland to improve the traceability, safety, quality, and green supply chain management level of our new materials; and with the help of efficient international exchanges, cooperation, and coordination, we will be better able to discern general trends, clarify directions, plan for the long-term, and link the upstream and downstream of the global industrial chain in order to make substantial contributions to global green, low-carbon, and sustainable development." Li Nanjing added.
Dr. Andreas Kock introduced DIN CERTCO: "As one of the certification bodies of TÜV Rheinland Group, we possess rich industry experience, strong technical strengths, and a deep team of professional talent in the field of sustainable materials. We will assist Kingfa to reduce the amount of plastic waste, centralize and optimize waste disposal, and achieve green, low-carbon, and recyclable development. At the same time, with the help of our certification mark, its clients and consumers can clearly comprehend the bio-based content of its materials and obtain information related to sustainable development, supervising it effectively fulfill its social responsibilities."
To date, TÜV Rheinland and Kingfa have launched a number of cooperation initiatives, including testing, inspection, and certification services for biodegradable plastics and plastic additives, modified plastics, non-powered air-purifying particulate respirators, protective jumpsuits, non-woven fabrics, cosmetic cotton, and other products. This meeting further deepened the solid mutual-trust relationship between TÜV Rheinland and Kingfa, and demonstrated TÜV Rheinland's belief in adhering to the Group's "Sustainable Development Strategy 2025" and the industry's "Guiding Principles for Environmental and Social Sustainability". Looking to the future, TÜV Rheinland will continue to provide professional and high-quality services to global high-tech enterprises, promote the green and low-carbon transformation and upgrading of global enterprises and industries, facilitate the formation of green and low-carbon production and lifestyles, and the modernization of harmonious coexistence between man and nature.