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Import products to Gabon with SGS’s product conformity assessment services


Published on: 20-Nov-2015

With effect from January 1, 2016 (date of goods arrival), all regulated raw materials and products imported to Gabon must be assessed and conform to the requirements of the Agence Gabonaise de Normalisation’s (AGANOR) Conformity Assessment Program (Programme Gabonais d’Evaluation de la Conformité (PROGEC)). This means that all products destined for import to Gabon must be assessed and issued with a Certificate of Conformity.

Depending on the certification route SGS provides one, or a combination, of the following interventions:

SGS is a global leader in inspection, testing and verification services, with extensive experience in managing conformity assessment programs around the world, a worldwide network and dedicated software platform. They offer exporters efficient and comprehensive solutions to ensure shipments conform to Gabon’s requirements.

source: www.sgs.com

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