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Algeria - SGS Mandate

To import any regulated product to Algeria you must hold a document of conformity (Quality Certificate) issued by an authorized Inspection and Certification Body. This document must certify that the goods are in compliance with the country’s technical regulations and standards.

As a qualifying Certification and Inspection body SGS can issue the appropriate document of compliance, known as a Certificat de Contrôle de Qualité des Marchandises to facilitate customs clearance. This certificate of conformity must be issued in the exporting country.

Algeria’s Quality Certificate ensures goods meet mandatory safety, quality and security requirements, enables international trade, avoids delays in customs and reduces potential losses from the import of non compliant products.

We issue Certificates of Conformity (CoC) for goods to be exported following a review of reports covering:

  • Physical inspection prior to shipment
  • Sampling, testing and analysis in accredited laboratories

A CoC is issued once conformity is confirmed.

With decades of experience managing conformity assessment programs around the world we offer exporters efficient and comprehensive solutions to ensure your shipments conform with Algeria’s requirements.

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