Certificate of Conformity for Exports to ZimbabweIt is announced that, as from 27th July 2015, any consignment will have to be verified prior being shipped to Zimbabwe. It is announced that, as from 27th July 2015, any consignment will have to be verified prior being shipped to Zimbabwe. All inspected goods will be issued a…
JCT reminds its customers that the Government of Côte d’Ivoire has implemented a Verification of Conformity Program for all goods imported in Côte d’Ivoire with a FOB value superior or equal to XOF 1 million (approx. EUR 1,500).
GOEIC – General Organization of Export and Import Control, require that all producers, manufacturers, exporters register their products and issue a certificate of inspection ( COI ) – by an approved GOEIC partner to access the Egyptian markets & pass the Egyptian custom, all regulated products were listed in the ministerial decree No. 991/2015 – 992/2015 – 43/2016.
Under the EasyPASS Programme, shipments to Ghana will require testing and inspection to the Ghanaian standards or applicable equivalent International standards in order to obtain a CoC from an Approved Body. The CoC is a compulsory requirement to obtain Customs clearance of goods into Ghana.
The Kenyan Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has introduced the Pre-Export Verification of Conformity (PVoC) to Standards Program to ensure the quality of products, which must also meet health, safety and environmental standards for Kenyans.
Moroccan Ministry of Industry, Trade, Green and Digital Economy (MCINET) recently established a ‘Verification of Conformity (VoC)’ program to certify that products imported into Morocco comply with the national regulations for product quality and safety.
SONCAP stands for the Standards Organisation of Nigeria Conformity Assessment Program. With a rapidly expanding market for imports in Nigeria and to help fulfill its responsibility to protect Nigerian consumers, the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) …
Tanzania requires all regulated products imported into the country to be assessed and to conform to the requirements of the TBS PVoC program. Under the PVoC program, a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) is compulsory for customs clearance.
Inspection of imports coming into Uganda is one of the UNBS mandates that emerged from the UNBS Act Cap 327 which became operational in 1989. Import Inspection duties entail enforcing the requirements of the Uganda standards in order to protect the health and safety of the public and the environment against dangerous and sub-standard products.