Isot is one of the largest stationery and office products trade fairs in Asia and one of the five most important stationery fairs in the world. The world's leading office supplies and Stationery Trade Fair is the best place to purchase products made in Japan and all over the world, as well as a place to find new OEM / ODM partners. At the same time, the exhibition is also one of the trade exhibitions that can realize on-site orders in the industry, which is the charm of attracting industry experts from all over Japan to gather in Tokyo every year.
Japan is the world's second largest stationery, office supplies and gift market, and the exhibition has become the key for stationery companies from all over the world to enter the Japanese market. The industries of buyers and sellers include large household goods suppliers, supermarkets, department stores and special goods stores. The audience categories include importers, import agents, wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers, enterprise users, large-scale retailers, stationery stores, department stores, supermarkets, discount stores, convenience stores, bookstores, gift shops, home centers, specialty stores, leisure goods and crafts stores, printing service stores, etc. In addition, Chinese enterprises also have the opportunity to conclude OEM agreements with a large number of large companies in the industry.
Stationery in my country generally refers to the national compulsory standard GB 21027-2007 "General Requirements for the Safety of Student Supplies", which stipulates the safety requirements, test methods, inspection rules, markings and instructions for use of student supplies. The standard applies to minors. Students use watercolor paints, crayons, oil pastels, finger paints, plasticine, erasers, modified products (correction fluid, correction tape, correction pens), adhesives, watercolor pens, writing pens, markers, drawing rulers, this booklet , School bags, pencil cases, handmade scissors, stationery boxes, pencil sharpeners and other student supplies.
Do not choose stationery with too bright colors and stationery with too strong fragrance
GB 21027-2007 stipulates the maximum limit of 8 kinds of migration elements of antimony, arsenic, barium, chromium, cadmium, lead, mercury and selenium. You should try to avoid buying stationery with too bright colors, because the heavy metal content of stationery with too bright colors will easily exceed the standard. If students accidentally eat them, they will damage the liver and kidneys, and cause adverse effects on the blood system and bone development.
The fragrance in stationery mainly comes from fragrance additives. Inferior fragrances often contain excessive formaldehyde, benzene and other harmful substances. Long-term contact with children, especially sniffing, sucking, biting, etc., can cause headaches, nausea, memory loss, and may also lead to leukemia, cancer and other more serious diseases, so you should try to avoid buying too strong fragrance or A product with a strong pungent odor.