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SONCAP Life Endangering Products

Nigeria SONCAP – Update for Life Endangering Products

Nigeria SONCAP – Update for Life Endangering Products On 30th March 2017, the new procedure for certifying shipments and issuing SONCAP Certification relating to Life Endangering Products went live. This means that all exporters/importers with shipments that include a host of products, from electrical parts to safety glasses, can now only be certified SONCAP if…

SONCAP for exports into Nigeria

7 Steps to Understanding SONCAP

7 Steps to understanding SONCAP for exports into Nigeria Back in January 2013 the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) released an all new SONCAP process.  This strict set of guidelines for exports into Nigeria is complex, mandatory and can prove challenging for even the most seasoned exporter….  But we’ve got your back.  Read on for…

Nigerian SONCAP made simple for global giant EnerSys

Navigating Nigerian Custom Compliance:  Understanding export requirements was easy, with help from XDS EnerSys is the global leader in batteries, chargers and accessories for motive, reserve, aerospace and defence applications. XDS Solutions has been providing fully managed export compliance services to the business’s Saudi Arabian and Nigerian export teams since August 2015.  We recently caught…

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Nigeria: Master Customs Clearance

Nigeria: Master Customs Clearance Export Britain says that the prospects for UK businesses exporting to Nigeria are promising.  Particularly for sectors including oil and gas equipment, healthcare services and medical equipment, electrical power generating equipment, computer hardware/software, telecommunications equipment, automobile parts and accessories and construction. The Nigerian government has also undertaken several key investment-related reforms. …