The country’s annual vehicle demand is 720,000 units and local production is only able to supply 14,000 units. Therefore, importation (mainly of used cars) have continued to fill the supply shortfall. Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON) is the apex standardization body in Nigeria.The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) controls the production, trade, or sale of food, drugs, cosmetics, chemicals, detergents, medical devices, and packaged water.
SON’s two major schemes for determining conformity to standards are:Mandatory Conformity Assessment Program (MANCAP): this is a mandatory program which ensures that all locally manufactured products conform to the relevant Nigerian Industrial Standards (NIS) prior to sale or export. SON Conformity Assessment Program (SONCAP): SONCAP checks goods pre-shipment to ensure that imports into Nigeria are in conformity with the applicable NIS or approved equivalents.
The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications ( NRCS) was established on 1 September 2008, in accordance with t...
ATIC engineers will evaluate product specifications and propose a test plan, manufactures send testing samples to ATIC designated labs. ATIC engineers will coordinate testing and reporting process.
PC Certificate Application
ATIC will review and submit the application documents to authority. Quality Management System audit maybe needed. After review documentation, testing reports, and factory audit Nigerian authority will issue PC certificate.
CoC Certificate Application
ATIC will review and submit the application documents to authority. After review documentation, testing / inspection reports Nigerian authority will issue CoC certificate.
SC Certificate Application
ATIC will review and submit the application documents to authority. After review documentation, testing / inspection reports Nigerian authority will issue SC certificate.
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