Certification Value Organization Chart Justness Statement Value of Certification IGCC Consultants IGCC Technical Committee

Value of Certification

For most suppliers (second parties), the primary benefit of obtaining IGCC third-party certification is to meet the buyer's or regulatory agency's independent conformity assessment requirements. More and more buyers and government agencies are assigning certification results, and third-party certification is an effective tool in their risk management systems;

For companies (first parties), obtaining IGCC (Third Party) certification means that they have the ability to design, produce, and sell products in accordance with the requirements set by international standards. The IGCC certification program itself operates in accordance with international standards and has been evaluated by the host government and accreditation bodies;

Ensure that the product quality assurance capability and product reliability of the certified enterprise continue to meet the relevant standards;

Obviously, companies are hoping to gain competitive advantage in the market through certification activities;

Promote market confidence through regular, fair and independent audits by internationally renowned certification bodies;

Proactively improve customer satisfaction by improving quality awareness and strengthening communication;

Reduce liability risk and legal costs, considering the accountability and transparency of the risk management process;

Continuous improvement by evaluating the effectiveness, efficiency and capabilities of the system;

Promote the consistency and equivalence of certification through mutual recognition on the basis of uniform standards;

Reduce multiple assessments and eliminate trade barriers to achieve the goal of “once and for all”.