Algerian importers are required to present a compliance check for all shipments entering the country, in order to ensure compliance with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements, as announced by the Algerian Ministry of Trade in a statement issued in March 2011.
This requirement, established in Law 09-03 and in Decrees 05-465 and 05-467, establishes compliance check conditions and procedures for all goods coming through customs. Compliance certification by a third party is deemed compulsory and the original of any document required by the regulations in force and relating to the conformity of imported goods, must be presented during compliance checks carried out by the Border Authority Consumer Protection and Fraud.
Certificates must be issued by duly authorised bodies from the exporting country, recognised by IANOR, the Algerian Institute of Standardization. It is for this reason that AENOR has signed a collaboration agreement with IANOR that permits us to issue the corresponding Certificates of Conformity (“Certificat of Contrôle de Qualité”).
Get in contact with us and send us the completed inspection application form with the details of the shipment.
Listed below are the inspection requirements and we would ask you to supply the necessary documents for exporting, including the Certificate of Source, Test Reports (if applicable), Letters of Credit, and packaging list. We will forward you a customised offer for your shipment inspection.
Once the documentation is received, we will specify a date and time of inspection.
After carrying out the inspection, if the results are satisfactory, the corresponding Certificate of Conformity shall be issued.