Instilling confidence across global supply chains

How can we protect consumers from potential safety risks?

Globalisation has changed everything for businesses, opening up new markets they wouldn’t have dreamed of in the past. At the same time, it has created a highly discerning global middle class that’s willing and able to pay a premium for superior quality and safety.



TÜV SÜD believes that consumer protection isn’t just a moral responsibility, but also a business imperative. That’s because consumers choose brands whose quality and safety objectives go beyond just meeting standards.


 

What adds to the complexity is the multi-tiered nature of today’s global supply chain. This leads to greater challenges in protecting people from unsafe food, medical devices, consumer products as well as minimize the risks of new technological products such as wearables. It’s a responsibility that producers, manufacturers, exporters and retailers must all share.

TÜV SÜD believes that consumer protection isn’t just a moral responsibility, but also a business imperative. That’s because consumers choose brands whose quality and safety objectives go beyond just meeting standards. As the world leader in consumer protection since 1866, we are perfectly positioned to help our partners score high on the criterion that matters most – trust.

Consumer protection in numbers


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