San Jose, Jul 6, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Papros Inc, a leader in supply chain management announced extended support for SCIP submissions. The SCIP database is to be repository of all articles sold or placed on the market in the EU and will be maintained by ECHA, the European Chemicals agency. It is meant to help in the safe use of articles vis-à-vis the chemical substances present in them during the entire lifecycle from when it is placed on the market to normal use to end of life, re-use or recycle and thence re-entering the circular economy, if possible.
Papros brings a robust process in the submissions. Conversions from several existing supply chain formats for data such as IPC 1752A or the new 1752B or 1754 or the IEC 62474 are supported along with supplementary data which is merged and a SCIP format is created and the data can be submitted manually or by system to system (S2S) direct submission. The tremendous value Papros brings to the process is the rapid conversion of data for very complex assemblies and for manufacturers of tens of thousands or even millions of different types of parts for whom automated submissions are a boon.
Papros the company behind the popular supply chain offering MRPRO(TM), the platform known universally as being the “Best Conflict Minerals platform” that enables companies to continue to relentlessly ensure their supplies of certain minerals are not tainted in their origins.
pS3 chain2 (Sthree chain) is a permissioned securetized supply chain sidechain solution for instantaneously, securely, immutably and verifiably recording supply chain instruments, for discrete authentication, for automated compliance filters and other data synchronization.
About Papros Inc: Papros Inc. has been committed to providing Total Environmental Management solutions to US and International companies. “Optimizing the Greenback and the Green Environment” has been the slogan of Papros Inc. since its inception more than thirty four years ago.
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