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Certification and Standardization

The catalog of enterprises involved in the certification process in Azerbaijan is listed below.

  • Sabail district, Istiglaliyyat 31
  • Icherisheher
AZGIDASERT Certification authority 
  • Nizami district, Davud Aslan 7 H
  • Nariman Narimanov
AZSERTCENTER Certification is of Azerbaijan 
  • Keshla village, Davud Aslan 7 H
  • Nariman Narimanov
AZSERTSERVIS Construction Materials Certification Authority 
  • Binaqadi district, Jafar Khandan 54
  • Sabail district, Gurban Abbasov 29
EKOBURO Certification of buildings on &"Green standards" 
  • Sabail district, Vali Mammadov 22
  • Icherisheher
  • Narimanov district, Acad. Hasan Aliyev 86
FOOD CERT ISO, EN, FSSC standartları üzrə beynəlxalq sertifikatlaşma, Organik və GLOBALG.A.P sertifikatlaşması, audit, inspeksiya və təlim xidmətləri, 14 illik professional təcrübə ilə... 
  • Narimanov district, Azadlig ave. 134
INTERTEK MOODY INTERNATIONAL Certification services in Azerbaijan 
  • Khatai district, 8 Noyabr (Nobel) ave. 15, 6-й этаж
SGS GROUP Agriculture and food industry, chemical industry 
  • Nasimi st., Tbilisi ave. 3001-й квартал, 2-й этаж
  • 20 Yanvar

Certification and Standardization

Certification and standardization are considered quite important processes for the economy. In the process of certification, the quality certificate is a shipping document confirming the compliance of the goods with the quality indicators stipulated by the terms of the contract, safety requirements for human life and health, technical characteristics, and environmental requirements. The certificate is issued by the exporter or manufacturer. The quality certificate must be drawn up in several copies. When importing, exporting and manufacturing goods, the quality certificate is used as a reference document for customs and other institutions, it contains information on the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of imported goods. The process of standardization is important for the application of a single norm for products. Thus, the main goal of the standardization process is to obtain the optimal level of regulation in a particular area as a result of the use of established rules, requirements and norms to address existing and planned issues. .