SGS Publishes White Paper to help the E&E Industry Understand International Type Approval

SGS’s latest White Paper assists the electrical and electronic industry in understanding International Type Approval, helping them efficiently access new markets around the world.
( | Press Release | 2018-08-31 22:07:51 )
SGS, the world’s foremost provider of inspection, verification, testing and certification services, has published a new White Paper to assist manufacturers and importers of electrical and electronic (E&E) products overcome barriers to enterprise.

The White Paper, entitled ‘International Type Approval (ITA) for Electrical & Electronics (E&E) Products’, helps the E&E industry understand, comply and achieve certification against national and international type standards. Without a firm grasp of the complexities surrounding certification, manufacturers and importers will struggle to access new markets quickly and efficiently.

Written in collaboration by six leading ITA experts, the White Paper provides advice and guidance to consumer goods manufacturers and importers, helping them understand the increasing number of ITA schemes and providing them with a strategic advantage when meeting mandatory legal requirements for target markets.

The rise in own type-approval systems in many countries and regions around the world is a response to the continuous growth in global trading. It allows countries to:
• Protect the environment by creating focus on the design, production and disposal phases of the life cycle of electronic products
• Protect the health and the safety of the user and other persons
• Enforce requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) regulations
• Ensure radio equipment is constructed so that is uses only the spectrum allocated to terrestrial/space communication and orbital resources, thereby avoiding harmful interference and protecting the integrity of the radio network

Co-author of the White Paper and SGS ITA Manager, Cherry Li, states:

“For many organizations keen to access new markets, the multitude of national and international type standards can be a very real barrier to enterprise. This paper offers valuable, comprehensive and up-to-date insight into the very latest country specific type-approval schemes and is a key document in our ambition to support the industry in demonstrating compliance and achieving certification.”

To download, ‘International Type Approval (ITA) for Electrical & Electronics (E&E) Products’, click here: []

SGS Electrical and Electronic Product Services
SGS delivers integrated one-stop ITA services for E&E products covering ITE & mobile, household appliances, luminaires, audio/video, medical devices, photovoltaic, power supply, batteries, power tools and machinery products, E&E components, amongst many others. Since its launch in 2007, SGS’s ITA service has developed solutions for more than 150 countries and regions, covering all major and fast-growing markets. Learn more about SGS’s Electrical and Electronic Product Services: []

For further information contact:

Cherry Li
ITA Manager, SGS China
Tel: +86 (0)20 3213 6383 ext. 6383

About SGS
SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 95,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,400 offices and laboratories around the world.

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