Ecuadorian Law 2007-76 states that in order to be eligible for trading, domestic and imported goods must provide proof of compliance with technical standards in the form of a certificate of conformity issued by an accredited certification body.
The Ecuadorian Quality Council has published a List of Goods Subject to Standards , stating all products required to meet the Ecuadorian Standards, codes of practice, regulations and technical rules established in each case.
Article 16 of Resolution 010-2009 of the Ecuadorian Quality Council establishes that a Certificate of Conformity (form INEN-1) is required for the importing of certain goods.
With the certificate of Inspection issued by AENOR, the importer can obtain the Certificate of Conformity (form INEN-1) issued by the INEN (Ecuadorian Institute of Standardization), which authorises the releasing of products from customs and is, therefore, essential for goods to enter the country.
AENOR is currently authorised by the Ecuadorian Accreditation Organization (OAE) to issue inspection certificates for:
Get in contact with us and send us the completed inspection application form with the details of the shipment.
The following is a list of the inspection requirements and we will request the documents necessary for export, which include Reporting Trials, shipping invoices, certificate of conformity signed by the exporter and the packing 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 performing the inspection, if the results are satisfactory, the corresponding Inspection Certificate shall be issued.