Changes in PCA Program for Cameroon

In Cameroon, L’Agence des Normes et de la Qualité (ANOR) has implemented the Pre-Shipment Evaluation of Conformity (PECAE) program. As a result, all regulated import products must comply with approved national standards or technical regulations, and will require a Certificate of Conformity (CoC).

Under the PECAE, products to be imported will undergo verification and testing at the country of supply (exporting) and a Certificate of Conformity (CoC) will be issued to demonstrate that the product meets the applicable standards.

Product Conformity Assessment (PCA) Program changes

The Product Conformity Assessment (PCA) Program for Cameroon has been updated as per January 4, 2021. Some of these changes are:

  • Fees will now be invoiced in Euro instead of USD and inspection will be performed with the digital QiiQ app of SGS.
  • Gas cylinders are now classified as sensitive products.
  • Under Route A, a non-batch related certificate of analysis can also be accepted. The details for the applicable conditions can be found on the website of SGS.

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Would you like to know what Pincvision can do for your organization? Pincvision can arrange Certificates of Conformity (CoC) for you thanks to our digital interface with the inspection companies. We create these CoC's for multiple countries such as Algeria, Burundi, Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Kenya, Kuwait, Nigeria, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Uganda and Zanzibar.

Read more about our Certificates of Conformity service and get in touch with us to look at the possibilities via info@pincvision.com or call us at +31(0)88-4321800.

Source: SGS

05 Feb 2021 at 4:30 pm
3 min
Published by:
Rens Spijkers
Export Documentation Agent
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