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Partner Information

Covered Markets/Countries

  • The United States
  • The European Union
  • The United Kingdom
  • Australia/New Zealand
  • Saudi Arabia

European National & US State Level Regulations/Standards

The testing company may not cover every single national/state level product standard or regulation. You must inform the testing company if you intend to sell in any particular European country and/or US state and ask if they can assess the necessary standards/regulations and perform necessary testing.

Relevant Product Categories

  • Apparel & textiles
  • Home products
  • Watches & Accessories
  • Toys & Children’s Products
  • Eyewear
  • Food contact products


It is your sole decision to engage in a business relationship with such third parties, and you acknowledge that their respective general terms and conditions apply. Please read our terms of service for more information.


Note that we receive a commission from QIMA. However, you are charged at a standard rate. The commission is not adding anything to your cost and contributes to our operations.


My country and/or my product is not covered. Can you help?

Yes, we can introduce you to other testing labs that cover additional product categories. Please send an email to [email protected] and provide the following information:

  • Product name
  • Product category
  • Manufacturing country
  • Destination country
  • Age group
  • When should I book lab testing?

We recommend that you request a quotation at least 4 weeks prior to the requested testing date.

How should I submit product samples?

QIMA will send instructions for how you or your supplier should submit samples to one of their testing facilities.

How many samples do I need to send?

QIMA will confirm the number of samples and/or amount of materials.

What else do I need to consider?

Lab testing is only part of the compliance process. For example, you must also take the following steps:

  • Verify that your supplier has the capability to manufacture products according to all applicable safety standards and regulations
  • Inform your supplier which standards and regulations they must follow
  • Ensure that your product and the packaging is correctly labeled
  • Issue mandatory documents (if any), such as a Declaration of Conformity