DIY, Tools and Hardware
DIY and hardware equipment that was once used mainly by professionals is increasingly being used by consumers wanting to carry out work themselves. Not only do such products need to do the job well, but more than ever before they need to convey safety information clearly and meet other safety standards that aim to protect consumers from harm.
Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor or retailer of DIY, tools, or hardware, SGS can not only help you achieve safety and efficiency standards but also partner you throughout production and the supply chain, ensuring maximum efficiency and minimum risk at each stage.
When you work with us, you draw on over a century’s experience in delivering inspection, testing, certification and verification programs, and you get to work with experts in their field who have worked with key clients from across the globe.
As well as possessing in-depth knowledge of the DIY, tools and hardware markets, we are experts in regulatory requirements in different geographic regions, so at the same time as ensuring you meet your own specifications, we can ensure your product is not stalled before reaching the market because of non-compliance with local or international regulations.
No matter whether you ask SGS to develop a wide-ranging program of business activity or to provide support during periods of peak activity, you can be sure you are outsourcing to a safe pair of hands, as our success with key clients across the globe demonstrates.Email us
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