ARNHEM, the Netherlands, January 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
DEKRA recognized as Certification Body by Japanese government
International expert organization DEKRA has been registered as a Certification Body by the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare. Manufacturers wishing to export their products used in explosive environments to the Japanese market can now rely on DEKRA for trusted and accepted Japanese certificates (JPEx) with support from local staff.
In order to export products used in potentially explosive atmospheres to Japan, manufacturers need to have a Japanese certificate issued by a registered certification body. Until 2016, the Technology Institution of Industrial Safety (TIIS) in Japan was the nation's only certification body.
As of today, DEKRA acts as a certification body for Japan to assist manufacturers and importers of products used in potentially explosive atmospheres aiming to access the HazLoc markets of the Japanese Archipelago. DEKRA's local staff can help you overcome the various technical barriers and cultural issues that may arise.
DEKRA's test reports and certificates for products used in potentially explosive atmospheres have also been recognized under a DFTA (Designated Foreign Testing Agency) license for other Japanese certification bodies.
For more information, get in touch with DEKRA Certification Japan K.K. in Tokyo at +81 42 512 5783 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
DEKRA has been active in the field of safety for more than 90 years. Founded in 1925 in Berlin as Deutscher Kraftfahrzeug-Überwachungs-Verein e.V., it is today one of the world's leading expert organizations. DEKRA SE is a subsidiary of DEKRA e.V. and manages the Group's operating business. In 2017, DEKRA generated sales totaling approximately 3.1 billion Euros. The company currently employs more than 43,000 people in more than 50 countries on all five continents. With qualified and independent expert services, they work for safety on the road, at work and at home. These services range from vehicle inspection and expert appraisals to claims services, industrial and building inspections, safety consultancy, testing and certification of products and systems, as well as training courses and temporary work. The vision for the company's 100th birthday in 2025 is that DEKRA will be the global partner for a safe world.
For more information, please visit: http://www.dekra-product-safety.com