KC for Electronic Products

We support world leading manufacturers in the rapid certification of electronic products for the Korean market.

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KC-EMC Certification

We clarify the requirements for your product and ensure that your product is certified quickly and reliably.

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KCs - Korea Certification Mark for machines

Korea Certification is an excellent partner for KCs certification for machines. We ensure that you get your product approved quickly and reliably.

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KEMCO Certification

Korea Certification ist der ideale, strategische Partner für die KEMCO Zertifizierung. Wir unterstützen Sie bei allen Schritten zum koreanischen Energieeffizienz-Label.

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Training

Korea Certification offers customized certification training to fit your company needs. Our trainer will come to your location and provide the training, up to date information and pass on valuable tips from our many years of experience. Call us today to learn more!

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MPR International

Since 2005, MPR International GmbH has been supporting companies around the world in obtaining the required product certifications for the Asian markets. With a strong team located worldwide, we can offer you the best solution for your enquiries.

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Korean companies venture into wind energy market

Several Korean companies are entering wind power generation to take advantage of this global growth trend. POSCO Group plans to collaborate with Denmark’s Orsted, the world’s largest offshore wind energy producer. Orsted wants to build a 1.6 GW offshore wind power plant in Incheon, South Korea. POSCO Group is the local partner for this project. The project cost is expected to be $6.9 billion, with completion scheduled for 2026. Wind turbines are complex plants where numerous technical components and parts require KC certification (Korea Certification) to be imported, built and operated in Korea.

 

 

Hanwha Solutions is planning to build a plant to generate green hydrogen from wind energy in Gangwon Province. Subsidiary company Hanwha Q CELLS, responsible for the renewable energy business, is also expanding its wind energy resources and plans to participate in a 40 MW wind farm, also in Gangwon Province. In this, Hanwha Q CELLS is acting as an engineering and construction company. Another company, Hyosung Heavy Industries has formed a joint venture with China’s Goldwind and is planning an 8 MW wind farm.

Hyundai Heavy Industries is participating in the construction of a demonstration plant for the production of green hydrogen from offshore wind turbines. The plant’s capacity is expected to be 100 MW, with commissioning targeted for 2025. The company is developing a large-scale plant for the production of hydrogen from seawater and electricity from wind power at the Ulsan Floating Wind Farm. In a second phase of the project, another green hydrogen plant with 1.2 GW capacity will be built, in which Hyundai Heavy Industries is also involved. This is scheduled to begin operation in 2030.

In addition to hydrogen and wind power generation, Korean shipbuilders are also benefiting from the growth of offshore wind. As part of this, Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has developed a vessel for wind turbine installation that is based on environmentally friendly propulsion technology. SHI announced on May 8 that its SLW-FUEL CELL ship model concept has been classified as environmentally friendly in terms of low CO2 emissions by the world’s three leading ship classification organizations, ABS (USA), DNV (Norway) and LR (UK).

South Korea is considered one of the most important and innovative industrial nations in the world. In order to gain market access to this highly technological country, products imported into South Korea must be tested and certified. The KC mark or KC certificate is roughly equivalent to the European CE mark and applies to 730 different products. MPR International GmbH has solid experience in Korea certification and competent local partners. We gladly advise you without obligation about the scope and procedure of a Korea certification.

If you need assistance or have any questions regarding Korean certifications like KC, KC EMC, KCs or KCs for explosion safety products, feel free to contact us any time.

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Julian Busch

About the author: Julian Busch is the founder and managing director of MPR International GmbH

Publisher: MPR International GmbH

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