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Selling medical devices internationally is a complex process thanks to the differing standards and regulations required by each country, region or customer. At SGS, we offer a range of audits and certifications for your medical devices that will enable you and your suppliers to comply with requirements related to quality, safety and environmental and social matters and trade successfully with the rest of the world.

Our certification specialists are present in every single region around the globe, speaking local languages and understanding the culture of local markets. We can help you to achieve the correct certification for open markets and stand apart from your competitors. If you require multiple certification options, we can combine these into a single audit and assessment, saving you time and money.

As your chosen certification partner, we can help you to widen your market access and bring your products to the market quickly, whilst meeting the highest standards, customer requirements and all relevant global regulations. Find out more.

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  • Suwanee Laboratory
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    Suwanee, Georgia, 30024
    United States
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