SASO have advised that from February 1 2019 they will be implementing the second stage of their Technical Regulation for Degradable Plastic Products
SASO Update: The launch of the SABER system for online certification has been postponed by the Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) until January 2019.
With Brexit looming and businesses recognising more positive conditions for exporting to Nigeria, now is a good time to reconsider the African country as a destination for your products.
SASO Energy Efficiency Label: The old SASO Energy Efficiency Label registration system is now closed. Understand the requirements of the new registration system and ensure your products remain compliant.
SASO IECEE Recognition Certificate: Lighting Luminaires removed, and smart watches and water pumps added. Read more about recent changes and understand what you must do to comply and be granted entry at KSA Ports and Borders.
SASO is now enforcing the requirement of G-Marking for Low Voltage (LV) Electrical Products and Toys. If you export any of the products listed then compliance with the G-Mark Technical Regulation is mandatory.
All courier shipments valid, or not valid for Forex, must now also apply for a Form M and follow SONCAP procedures. Adopt the right approach, avoid costly fines and delays.
SASO IECEE Recognition Certificate: Additional electrical products added as of 1 August 2018. Understand what you must do to comply and be granted entry at KSA Ports and Borders.
Shipping products to Iraq or Kurdistan? Non regulated products now require third-party testing for clearance at Customs Ports and Borders. Find out more…
Low voltage electrical products and toys shipping to Saudi Arabia? SASO is now enforcing the G-Mark Technical Regulation. Compliance will be required for clearance at KSA Customs Ports and Borders alongside the SASO Certificate of Conformity (CoC). Find out more…