Hong Kong - October 20, 2021
QIMA, a leading provider of quality control and supply chain compliance solutions, announced today that it has been approved as a Notified Body by the Gulf Standardization Organization (GSO) to provide the Gulf Mark (G-Mark) for low voltage electrical products and children's toys being imported or sold in the Gulf Coordinating Council (GCC) member states consisting of the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sultanate of Oman, Qatar and Kuwait.
The G-Mark is a mandatory requirement which signifies that a product conforms to the Gulf Technical Regulation and applicable standards as determined by the GSO, and is therefore safe for consumers to use. All products governed by a Gulf Technical Regulation are required to display a GSO Conformity Tracking Symbol (GCTS) which consists of the G-Mark and a QR Code.
As an approved Notified Body, QIMA is able to carry out a conformity assessment to ensure products meet the GSO's technical regulations and are fit for use in the Gulf countries' common market.
QIMA's scope covers:
QIMA is equipped to provide all additional necessary services to help exporters secure product entry to GCC member states including:
"Our mission is to improve the safety of consumers with the inspection, testing, audit and certification services we provide to companies globally," said Sebastien Breteau, Founder and CEO of QIMA. "The Gulf region is a thriving market and we are delighted to be approved as Notified Body by the GSO to ensure the safety of children's toys and LVE being sold there."
QIMA is a leading provider of supply chain compliance solutions, that partners with 15,000 brands, retailers and importers to secure and improve the quality of their global supply network. QIMA combines on-the-ground experts in 85 countries for quality inspections, supplier audits, certification and lab testing, with a digital platform that brings accuracy, visibility and intelligence for quality and compliance data.
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