In 2014, the results of the spot check of 14 e-commerce products including children's toys were announced
A few days ago, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine announced the results of a special spot check on the quality of 14 e-commerce products including children's toys in 2014. The results of the spot check show that the quality of my country's e-commerce products needs to be improved, and the overall spot check pass rate is only 73.9%. Among 14 kinds of products, the detection rate of 7 kinds of unqualified products exceeded 30%. It is reported that in 2014, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine organized a special inspection of product quality for 14 e-commerce products in five categories: children's toys, clothing, footwear, backpacks and small household appliances sold online. In this spot check, 'mysterious buyers' bought samples from e-commerce platforms or centralized sampling from logistics warehouses. 359 were selected from 8 mainstream e-commerce platform companies including JD.com, Tmall, Amazon, Dangdang, and Yihaodian. 502 batches of e-commerce products produced by two companies. After inspection, 371 batches of products produced by 268 enterprises were qualified, with a random inspection pass rate of 73.9%; 131 batches of products produced by 110 enterprises were detected as unqualified, and the detection rate of unqualified products was 26.1%. The relevant person in charge of the Product Quality Supervision Department of the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine stated that there are 4 main characteristics of this random inspection. One is an e-commerce company that highlights spot checks on the B2C model (that is, e-commerce companies sell products directly to consumers). The 8 e-commerce platform companies involved are all based on B2C in their business models. The second is to highlight spot checks on self-operated products of e-commerce companies. A total of 343 batches were sampled from the self-operated warehouses of e-commerce platform companies, and 159 batches were sampled from brand flagship stores on the e-commerce platform. The third is to highlight the source traceability. Through e-commerce platform companies, contact manufacturers to confirm samples and inspection results, and explore the establishment of a traceability mechanism for e-commerce product quality. Fourth is to highlight supervisory linkage. The quality inspection department has promptly fed back the inspection results to the e-commerce platform companies, and urged the e-commerce platform companies to take measures to deal with unqualified products and strengthen the management of suppliers. From the results of the spot check, according to the product, there are 7 types of unqualified products with a detection rate of more than 30%, including 56.3% of leather shoes, 40% of plush toys, 35.6% of cashmere knitted clothing, 34.3% of back bags, leisure Clothing (woven) 33.7%, mobile sockets 33.3%, room heaters 30.4%; there are 5 types of unqualified products with a detection rate of 10% to 21%, including down jackets 20.5%, knitted underwear 17.1%, electric Hair dryer 14.8%, projectile toys 12.5%, travel shoes 10%; there are 2 types of unqualified products with a detection rate of less than 10%, of which electric kettles are 3.6%, and no unqualified products are detected for plastic toys. A reporter from China Economic Net learned that through this spot check, five main quality problems were found, namely: First, there are many hidden dangers in the safety of small household appliances and plush toy products. A total of 21 batches of 4 kinds of small household appliances, including portable sockets, electric kettles, hair dryers, and room heaters, were unqualified, with a disqualification rate of 20%. Among them, 95.2% of the unqualified products have hidden quality and safety hazards. The unqualified rate of plush cloth toy products reached 40%, and the product quality problems were concentrated on safety-related items such as plastic bags or plastic films, small parts, hair balls, small balls, and round holes on rigid materials. The second is that the false content of clothing products is serious. In this random inspection of 213 batches of clothing products, 61 batches of unqualified products were found, of which 43 batches had false ingredients. For example, 16 batches of unqualified cashmere knitwear products have this problem, and 11 batches of them have not even detected cashmere ingredients; of the 9 batches of unqualified down clothing products, 8 batches have this problem, of which 3 batches No down components were detected. The third is that the physical and mechanical properties of footwear products and backpacks are outstanding. The physical and mechanical performance indicators of footwear products were mainly tested. A total of 46 batches of products were spot-checked, and 12 batches were unqualified. The main problem was the folding resistance. A total of 70 batches of products were spot-checked for the backpack, and 24 batches were unqualified. The main problems were concentrated on the two durability performance indicators of suture strength and vibration impact performance. Fourth, the product labeling is not standardized. In the process of product traceability, it was found that the actual addresses of 25 companies were inconsistent with the marked addresses, the actual names of 13 companies were inconsistent with the marked names, and the contact information marked by 16 companies did not exist, which had a great impact on the confirmation of samples and results. . Fifth, in the traceability process, 3 companies claimed that their products were counterfeited, and 7 batches of products produced by 6 companies were suspected of not having a compulsory certification (CCC) certificate. A reporter from China Economic Net learned that the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has requested that the quality and technical supervision departments of all provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) notify local governments and relevant departments of the unqualified products in the random inspection. Deal with it seriously in accordance with the law. In particular, if the product quality is found to be inconsistent with the requirements of the national compulsory standard during the random inspection, the enterprise shall be ordered according to law to stop the production and sales of substandard products, and supervise the destruction or make necessary technical treatment in accordance with relevant regulations. At the same time, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine also proposed that in response to the outstanding quality problems reflected in the random inspection, follow-up supervision and inspection should be strengthened, and the supervision and inspection of toys, small household appliances and other products in the CCC certification catalog should be strengthened. Follow-up supervision of certified enterprises.