SGS Webinar on Saudi Arabia’s Automotive Aftermarket Parts Regulations

SGS experts share everything that importers and exporters need to know about Saudi Arabia's conformity requirements for automotive aftermarket parts.

Online PR News – 23-April-2021 – Geneva, Switzerland – SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, is hosting a webinar on Tuesday April 27, 2021 at 4pm EST to update participants on Saudi Arabia’s Product Safety Programme (SALEEM), its SABER certification platform, and SGS’s filtration testing capabilities for automotive aftermarket parts.

Saudi Arabia’s automotive aftermarket parts market is valued at US$ 4 billion. Most products need to be imported to Saudi Arabia and there are specific regulatory product compliance requirements for imported products. Aftermarket parts need to be handled as efficiently as possible due to high volumes and an urgent necessity in the market.

In this webinar, two experts from SGS will address the standards and regulations, and how SGS testing services can enable faster and more efficient entry of automotive aftermarket parts into the Saudi market.

The one hour webinar will include:
• Introduction to SGS Connectivity & Products
• Saudi Arabia’s automotive aftermarket compliance requirements
• SALEEM regulations
• SABER process
• Q&A

Why attend this webinar?
In this webinar, SGS experts will share information about Saudi Arabia's conformity requirements for imported and exported automotive aftermarket parts. As a Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organisation (SASO) Certified Body, supporting trade with their compliance obligations, SGS will detail the relevant certification processes and standards as well as discuss its testing capabilities.

Susan Goldsmith, Director SGS Global Business Development Filtration, C&P, is the Founder of SGS IBR Laboratories with 40 years of experience in filtration testing. She is active in the ISO, SAE, ASTM, ASHRAE and IEC technical committees for filtration.

Joel Molina, International Trade Specialist, SGS North America Inc. C&P – Governments Services, began his career at SGS in 2013 and now provides advice on the procedures and standards for exporting to many of the countries in the Middle East and Africa.

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