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Export Experience: Certificates - Analyses - Permits

EXPORT FORUM German Beverages

11/11/2020 2:45:00 PM – 11/11/2020 3:15:00 PM

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EXPORT FORUM German Beverages

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The certificate of conformity ensures that your export goods conform to the standards that apply in the destination country. A certificate of conformity verifies that your products comply with all technical regulations and standards of the importing country.
The assessment of product conformity by SGS prevents the import of unsafe, below standard or counterfeit goods. SGS supports the local authorities in implementing the necessary laws with the aim of protecting both the health and safety of consumers and the environment.
Our team of specialists will review your reporting documents through laboratory tests, physical inspections or factory audits. The conformity of your products is finally certified by issuing a certificate of conformity (CoC), which is required for customs clearance.
Our services help you as a manufacturer and supplier to certify the conformity of your products for numerous countries, including, for example: Algeria, Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Russia, Saudi Arabia etc.
The assessment of product conformity makes trade easier and protects the interests of foreign trade: importers benefit from faster customs clearance, because verification is carried out before shipment. And the exporters do not run the risk that their goods will be rejected in the recipient country because their goods do not meet the requirements.

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