Egypt

Do you want to sell your products to Egypt? WWBridge can help you to get conformity: EOS, GOEIC, EGAC, NTRA Approval.

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Egypt

Certification services in Egypt

  • EOS
  • GOEIC
  • EGAC
  • NTRA Approval

EOS

EOS (Egyptian Organisation for Standardization and Quality) is the official body responsible for standardization activities, quality and industrial metrology aiming at increasing the competitiveness of the Egyptian products in the international and regional markets along with consumer's and environment protection.

The Organization operates two product certification schemes:

  • the Conformity Mark Scheme, mandatory for products for which a Ministerial Decree has been issued;
  • the Quality Mark Scheme, voluntary and upon request from the industrial organization.

GOEIC

The process of inspecting imported goods and issuing an inspection certificate is centralized within the General Organization for Import and Export (GOEIC).

WWBridge provides a company registration service if there is no local representative.

There are 2 Certification Routes of the GOEIC Programme.

Route A: Unregistered or Unlicensed Products

Route A of the GOEIC Conformity Assessment Programme is designed for infrequent exporters who do not need to register or license their products.

Route A: Unregistered or Unlicensed Products

Steps to shipment at the country of export.

1. Document Verification

Contact WWBridge to get the certification process started. You will need to have the following documents:

  • Request for Certification (RFC)
  • Pro-forma Invoice
  • Packing List
  • Letter of Credit (where applicable)
  • Valid Conformity Documents (if available)
2. Product Laboratory Testing

WWBridge will collect your product samples for testing, and will have them analysed in an ISO 17025 accredited, or otherwise qualified, laboratory.

3. Physical Inspection of Goods

WWBridge will carry out a physical inspection of the goods and/or supervise the container loading, as required.

Route B: Registered Products

Route B of the GOEIC Conformity Assessment Programme is designed for exporters and manufacturers that make regular shipments to Egypt.

Route B: Registered Products

Steps to shipment at the country of export.

1. Document Verification

Use our online contact form, or contact WWBridge to get the certification process started. You will need to have the following documents:

  • Request for Certification (RFC)
  • Pro-forma Invoice
  • Packing List
  • Letter of Credit (where applicable)
  • Valid Conformity Documents (if available)
2. Registration

WWBridge will collect your product samples for testing and send to an ISO 17025 accredited or otherwise qualified laboratory. We will provide the registration process.

If you have a valid conformity document, please provide it to WWBridge.

3. Physical Inspection of Goods

WWBridge will carry out a physical inspection of the goods and/or supervise the container.

Request a Certification

To learn more about the GOEIC programme, or to get a certificate for your exports, please send a request to WWBridge through [email protected]

EGAC

EGAC is the sole body in Egypt grants accreditation of conformity assessment bodies including testing and calibration laboratories, inspection bodies, medical laboratories and certification bodies.

Accreditation Process

• Application for accreditation.
• Document study by EGAC.Appointment of assessment team.
• Pre-assessment visit.
• Assessment visit and defining nonconformities, if any.
• Reviewing evidence of corrective actions.
• Granting accreditation.
• Annual surveillance visits.

WWBrifge is ready to provide cervices to obtain EGAC Accreditation. Please, contact us for more information through email [email protected]

NTRA Approval

The National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (NTRA) of Egypt requires type approval of Telecommunication and Radio equipment. Approval is generally granted based on review of foreign test reports by accredited labs.

The NTRA’s regulations state four categories of approval, depending on the country of origin:

  • Light Scheme (for applicants/manufacturers from Western Europe, Australia, Canada, Japan, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan or the USA)
  • Tight Scheme (for applicants/manufacturers from China or India)
  • Guided Scheme (for applicants/manufacturers from Egypt)
  • Intermediate Scheme (for applicants/manufacturers from any country that has not been listed)
  • Testing requirements will be stricter for the Tight Scheme in terms of laboratory recognitions.

The validity of the NTRA’s approval certificate

  • is indefinite and the overall approval process can take approximately 8 weeks.
  • if the applicant’s/manufacturer’s country of origin is India or China, it can take up to 12 weeks.

Our longstanding professional experience managing conformity assessment programs around the world allows us to offer effective and comprehensive solutions that accelerate the introduction of your products to the market, guarantee quality and safety, and reduce possible losses. Feel free to contact us through e-mail: [email protected], or call +7 (495) 787-87-70.



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