BTF Saudi testing and certification project introduction

Saudi Arabia

BTF Saudi testing and certification project introduction

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Saudi Arabia is one of the 20 largest economies in the world; The world’s 12th largest exporter (excluding trade between EU member states); The world’s 22nd largest importer (excluding trade between EU member states); The Middle East’s largest economy; The main developing countries of the third world economy; Member of the World Trade Organization, several international organizations and Arab organizations. Since 2006, China has become Saudi Arabia’s second largest import trading partner with frequent bilateral trade. China’s main exports to Saudi Arabia include mechanical and electrical products, clothing, shoes and hats, textiles and home appliances.

Saudi Arabia implements the PCP: Product Conformity Program for all imported consumer products, the predecessor of the International Conformity Certification Program (ICCP: ICCP), which was first implemented in September 1995. International Conformity Certification Program). Since 2008, the program has been under the responsibility of the “Laboratory and Quality Control Department” under the Saudi Standards Agency (SASO), and the name has been changed from ICCP to PCP. This is a comprehensive program of testing, pre-shipment verification and certification of specified products to ensure that imported goods fully comply with Saudi product standards before shipment.


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BTF Saudi testing and certification project introduction (2)

SABER Certification

Saber is part of the new Saudi certification system SALEEM, which is the unified certification platform for Saudi Arabia. According to the requirements of the Saudi government, the Saber system will gradually replace the original SASO certification, and all controlled products will be certified through the saber system.

BTF Saudi testing and certification project introduction (1)

SASO Certification

saso is the abbreviation of Saudi Arabian Standards Organization, that is, Saudi Arabian Standards Organization. SASO is responsible for the development of national standards for all daily necessities and products, and the standards also involve measurement systems, labeling and so on.

IECEE Certification

IECEE is an international certification organization working under the authority of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Its full name is "International Electrotechnical Commission Electrical products Conformity Testing and Certification Organization." Its predecessor was CEE - the European Committee for Conformity Testing of Electrical Equipment, established in 1926. With the demand and development of international trade in electrical products, CEE and IEC merged into IECEE, and promoted the regional mutual recognition system already implemented in Europe to the world.

CITC Certification

CITC certification is a mandatory certification issued by the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) of Saudi Arabia. Applicable to telecommunications and wireless equipment, radio frequency equipment, information technology equipment and other related products sold in the Saudi Arabian market. CITC certification requires that products comply with the relevant technical standards and regulations of the Saudi State, and can be sold and used in Saudi Arabia after certification. CITC certification is one of the necessary conditions for market access in Saudi Arabia and is of great significance for companies and products entering the Saudi market.

EER Certification

Saudi EER Energy Efficiency Certification is a mandatory certification controlled by the Saudi Standards Authority (SASO), the only national standards body in Saudi Arabia, which is fully responsible for the development and implementation of all standards and measures.
Since 2010, Saudi Arabia has imposed mandatory energy efficiency labeling requirements on some electrical products imported into the Saudi market, and suppliers (manufacturers, importers, production plants or their authorized representatives) who violate this directive will bear all legal responsibilities arising from it.


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