Authorised representative services

If you’re not registered with CVR number in Denmark and you sell your products to the Danish market, we can represent you as an authorised representative.

European services

On top of meeting the legal requirements for our members, we can also provide bespoke take-back solutions and other waste services. Our product take-back offering also includes various specialist services, such as secure destruction, if required by the customer. Customised collection from your customers, management of documenting, recycling and reporting activities.
Whether you need to recall defect products or arrange collection of individual customer returns, we can offer easy solutions for you to fit your needs.

Take-back solutions

We want to maximize the value of your returned products. If the products are reusable, we can offer you services through our cooperation network and help you get the savings from reusing the products.


Regulatory knowledge is the lifeblood of the Landbell Group and we have built up an extensive knowledge in this space. The group has created a team focusing on this – utilizing internal and external sources and shaping an internal knowledge database.
Worldwide Chemical Regulatory knowledge (e.g. REACH and RoHS) has been built up over the last ten years. This includes tracking of substance lists (bans, authorization, reporting) that became a key requirement for organizations throughout the world.

• Impacts both chemicals and articles (e.g. a chair, a PC, a mobile phone, etc.).

• Chemicals produced or imported into the EU in quantities greater than 1 Tonne must be registered with the European Chemicals Agency.

• Targeted assessment of registered substances.

• Pre-approval for the use of certain Substances of Very High Concern.

• Targeted limitation on uses of certain substances.

• All substances, manufactured, imported as such, in mixture or article.


• Provision of support on the restriction of hazardous substances in electronic and electrical Equipment.

• Limits the presence of certain substances in electronic and electrical Equipment.

• CE mark legislation which has significant implications for companies placing electronic and electrical equipment on the market (e.g. ROHS documentation).

• Provision of worldwide transport regulatory support.

• Provision of classification and labelling support outside the EU – although most countries used GHS as the basis, there are differences between the actual implementation requirements around the world.

• Provision of toxicological assessment and advice to support chemical usage and worker safety.