claim

Danish translation: deklaration

10:00 Oct 28, 2013
English to Danish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Agriculture / Forestry
English term or phrase: claim
How would you translate "claim" in the context below? (krav, fordring?)


Context:

Claim made on sales and delivery documents for FSC-certified material or FSC Controlled Wood that specifies the material category and, for FSC Mix and FSC Recycled products, an associated percentage claim or credit claim. The appropriate FSC claims for each product group and Chain of Custody control system are presented below:
[Product groups] [Control system] [FSC claim]
FSC 100% Transfer system “FSC 100%”
FSC Mix Percentage system “FSC Mix x%”
FSC Mix Credit system “FSC Mix Credit”
FSC Recycled Percentage system “FSC Recycled x%“
FSC Recycled Credit system “FSC Recycled Credit“
FSC Controlled Wood Transfer system “FSC Controlled Wood“
Liset Nyland
Italy
Local time: 23:35
Danish translation:deklaration
Explanation:
The declaration of how much FSC the products contain respectively

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Note added at 1 hr (2013-10-28 11:36:46 GMT)
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Ja det er en organisation, så jeg skulle måske have skrevet "FSC-certificeret" i stedet for blot "FSC". Men det er jo også et problem i kildeteksten, når der blot står "FSC 100%", hvilket jo ikke giver meget mening. Nu gik spørgsmålet jo på ordet "claim", så jeg mener stadig, at det er en påstand (deklaration) af hvor meget FSC-certificeret/godkendt træ produkterne indeholder.

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Note added at 2 hrs (2013-10-28 12:41:52 GMT)
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Ja sådan tror jeg også, at det skal forstås :)
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TineW
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:35
Grading comment
Tak for hjælpen :-)
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deklaration


Explanation:
The declaration of how much FSC the products contain respectively

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Note added at 1 hr (2013-10-28 11:36:46 GMT)
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Ja det er en organisation, så jeg skulle måske have skrevet "FSC-certificeret" i stedet for blot "FSC". Men det er jo også et problem i kildeteksten, når der blot står "FSC 100%", hvilket jo ikke giver meget mening. Nu gik spørgsmålet jo på ordet "claim", så jeg mener stadig, at det er en påstand (deklaration) af hvor meget FSC-certificeret/godkendt træ produkterne indeholder.

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Note added at 2 hrs (2013-10-28 12:41:52 GMT)
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Ja sådan tror jeg også, at det skal forstås :)

TineW
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:35
Native speaker of: Native in DanishDanish
PRO pts in category: 3
Grading comment
Tak for hjælpen :-)
Notes to answerer
Asker: FSC er navnet på organisationen. Se evt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_Stewardship_Council

Asker: Ok, nu kan jeg godt se din pointe, tabellen kan vel så forstås som: Product group: FSC 100% (dvs. 100% certificeret træ) Control system: Transfer system (anvendt bogholdermetode, måske) FSC claim : FSC 100% (vil jo så være deklarationen eller påstanden for produktet)


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