United Kingdom Accreditation Service: Supporting International Trade Post Brexit

United Kingdom Accreditation Service:
Supporting international trade post Brexit

Confidence in the quality of goods and services bought and sold is an essential element of international trade. The mutual acceptance of test results and certificates plays an important part in building and maintaining this confidence. The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) plays a key role in ensuring that the organisations that carry out testing, inspection and certification can be relied upon. The international recognition of accreditation means that goods and services do not need to be retested, inspected or certified for each new export market and will assume even greater importance following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

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