HQTS is authorized by the Uzbekistan government as a provider of Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI) services for imported goods.
As an important participant in China’s “One Road One Belt” trade initiative, the relationship between China and Uzbekistan maintains strong growth. China has become Uzbekistan’s top source for investment and takes the second in terms of trading dollars. Both countries continue to pursue opportunities to deepen trade cooperation.
To improve international trade while ensuring the quality of imported goods, Uzbekistan government requires authorized PSI for selected imported goods. These products must be inspected by an inspection agency accredited by UZSTANDARD.
HQTS Group has a long been committed to providing such quality assurance services for global supply chains. We have been authorized as a third-party inspection agency by UZSTANDARD to provide PSI services for exporters to verify that products comply with Uzbekistan regulations and market standards.
If you are importing or exporting goods into Uzbekistan, please contact us to assist you in complying with the quality control requirements!
HQTS Group provides inspection and related quality assurance supply chain services in nearly 100 regions in China, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and other Asian countries. HQTS also provides a broad range of testing in our laboratories, as well as government procurement support services.
HQTS is pleased to announce we will exhibit at the China Commodity Fair, Moscow. We invite you to drop by and learn more about how HQTS can help you meet your quality assurance goals. You can find us at booth K28.
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