How the approval process works

Let's get your product selling in Latin America and the Caribbean

Step One

Define the scope of your needs. What products in what countries?

Consult with our professionals regarding the technical specification of your products and the Latin American Markets you desire to commercialize your products in. We will inform you of the requirements that apply to your equipment, the length of that specific approval process, and the costs associated with the certification process.

Consult with our professionals

Tell us what models in what countries

We inform you of approval requirements, costs, lead times

Start approval project

Provide samples (If needed) and required documentation

Let LARCG handle the rest!

Step Two

Gather Documents and samples.

Every country has a different set of requirement to obtain approval on your equipment. Some countries will accept outside test reports in the homologation process, while others will require in-country testing. We will guide you through the process of collecting the appropriate documentation and help you arrange for sample delivery.

Step Three

Project Manager keeping you updated through the entire certification process

Once our Project Management Team has received all the required documentation, they will start testing and submit for approval to the Regulatory Agency in each country. They will contact you for questions that may arise, additional documentation that may be needed, or testing support to the lab. You will receive a weekly status report providing details for each model and country in progress.

Project Manager receives all documentation and samples

Testing begins, submission to Regulatory Body

Weekly Status Reports to keep you updated

Agency issues product approval, certificate deliver to you

Green light to import and commercialize!

Step Four

Congratulations! Your product has been approved

You are free to import and commercialize in Latin America and the Caribbean with your homologation certificates.

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