SGS is an internationally recognized inspection, accreditation, testing and certification body, and is a globally recognized benchmark for quality and integrity. SGS certification is a service that certifies compliance with standards, regulations, customer requirements and other conditions.

SGS core services can be divided into four categories as follows:


SGS provide a world-leading full range of testing and verification services, such as checking the condition and weight of trade goods in transit, helping to control quantity and quality and meeting all relevant regulatory requirements in different regions and markets.


SGS global network of testing facilities with knowledgeable and experienced personnel can help you reduce risk, shorten time to market and test the quality, safety and performance of your products against relevant health, safety and regulatory standards.


Through certification, SGS can demonstrate to you whether your products, processes, systems or services comply with national and international standards and specifications or customer-defined criteria.


SGS ensure that products and services comply with global standards and local regulations. By combining global coverage with local knowledge, unparalleled experience and expertise across virtually every industry, SGS covers the entire supply chain, from raw materials to final consumption.


SGS is always focused on the expectations of customers and society in order to provide market-leading services when they need them. SGS is at the forefront of providing specialised business solutions that improve quality, safety and productivity and reduce risk, helping customers to survive in an increasingly regulated world. SGS independent services add significant value to clients' operations and ensure the sustainability of their business.

In addition to providing services that promote sustainability,SGS value is reflected in commitment to corporate sustainability. For SGS, sustainability means not only managing long-term profitable businesses, but also considering all the positive and negative environmental, social and economic impacts on society.