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Moroccan COC certification

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Moroccan COC certification
Certification introduction
Controlled products exported to Morocco must comply with Moroccan technical regulations and standards, and must obtain a COC certificate before they can successfully clear customs and enter the Moroccan market. For controlled products that need to apply for and obtain a COC certificate before exporting, traders must verify the controlled products before exporting and obtain a COC compliance certificate to verify that the product complies with Morocco's local technical regulations and standards.

Previously, Morocco implemented a transitional policy: for some products that did not obtain COC compliance certification before export, the Moroccan government accepted inspection and verification after arrival at the port. This transition policy will end on December 31, 2020.
product control list
Electrical appliances
Other electrical products
Construction materials (pipes, sheets, sanitary equipment, insulation, wooden panels, cement, windows, glass...)
Gas/oil appliances
Toys, parks and baskets for children, baby diapers, furniture
Textiles, shoes, leather, clothing
Chemical products (detergents, paint, bitumen, matches, lighters ...)
Plastic products
Products in contact with food (kitchenware, crockery...)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), helmets for motorcycles
Automotive spare parts (tyres, automotive parts)
Others

Morocco COC application information
1.Application form
2. Proforma invoice
3. Packing list
4. Test report (test report issued by CNAS/ISO17025 laboratory according to applicable standards)
5. System certificate (ISO9001 or other quality standard system certificate, if any)
6.Identification numbers of the importer: (Just provide one of the following)
-Importer Tax Number (IFU)
-Customs identification number
-ICE number (Identified Commune de L'Entreprise)
7. If it is an OEM, you need to provide a PID (product conformity declaration) file
Morocco COC application process
1.Application form
2. Document review
3. Inspection
4. Verify compliance and issue certificate
5. Arrival verification
Labeling requirements
In order to prove that products comply with Moroccan technical regulations and standards, guide consumers in purchasing, and help the government strengthen effective control, technical products subject to Law No. 24-09 can only successfully enter the Moroccan market if they are affixed with a clear CMim mark.
According to Decree No. 2573-14 (Electrical Safety), No. 2574-14 (Electrical Card Track Compatibility), No. 2575-14 (Safety of Toys) and No. 3228-13 (Marking), electrical appliances and toys Products implement mandatory CMim marking requirements.
Labeling requirements:
1. The CMim logo is reflected on the product, with a height of at least 6mm;
2. If the product is too small to meet the 6mm requirement, the CMim logo can be placed on the outer packaging and instructions (in the form of silk screen printing, stickers, etc. that are firm and not easily damaged);
3. The CMim logo can be viewed on the MICEVIN website.
other
Power supply voltage: 220V/50Hz (accepts wide voltage and frequency);
Plug/socket: type E/C
Labeling requirements:
Use Arabic on nameplates and instructions;
The CMim certification mark is affixed to the product.

Products Details

Home > Products >
Certification
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Moroccan COC certification

Moroccan COC certification

Detail Information
Product Description

Moroccan COC certification
Certification introduction
Controlled products exported to Morocco must comply with Moroccan technical regulations and standards, and must obtain a COC certificate before they can successfully clear customs and enter the Moroccan market. For controlled products that need to apply for and obtain a COC certificate before exporting, traders must verify the controlled products before exporting and obtain a COC compliance certificate to verify that the product complies with Morocco's local technical regulations and standards.

Previously, Morocco implemented a transitional policy: for some products that did not obtain COC compliance certification before export, the Moroccan government accepted inspection and verification after arrival at the port. This transition policy will end on December 31, 2020.
product control list
Electrical appliances
Other electrical products
Construction materials (pipes, sheets, sanitary equipment, insulation, wooden panels, cement, windows, glass...)
Gas/oil appliances
Toys, parks and baskets for children, baby diapers, furniture
Textiles, shoes, leather, clothing
Chemical products (detergents, paint, bitumen, matches, lighters ...)
Plastic products
Products in contact with food (kitchenware, crockery...)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), helmets for motorcycles
Automotive spare parts (tyres, automotive parts)
Others

Morocco COC application information
1.Application form
2. Proforma invoice
3. Packing list
4. Test report (test report issued by CNAS/ISO17025 laboratory according to applicable standards)
5. System certificate (ISO9001 or other quality standard system certificate, if any)
6.Identification numbers of the importer: (Just provide one of the following)
-Importer Tax Number (IFU)
-Customs identification number
-ICE number (Identified Commune de L'Entreprise)
7. If it is an OEM, you need to provide a PID (product conformity declaration) file
Morocco COC application process
1.Application form
2. Document review
3. Inspection
4. Verify compliance and issue certificate
5. Arrival verification
Labeling requirements
In order to prove that products comply with Moroccan technical regulations and standards, guide consumers in purchasing, and help the government strengthen effective control, technical products subject to Law No. 24-09 can only successfully enter the Moroccan market if they are affixed with a clear CMim mark.
According to Decree No. 2573-14 (Electrical Safety), No. 2574-14 (Electrical Card Track Compatibility), No. 2575-14 (Safety of Toys) and No. 3228-13 (Marking), electrical appliances and toys Products implement mandatory CMim marking requirements.
Labeling requirements:
1. The CMim logo is reflected on the product, with a height of at least 6mm;
2. If the product is too small to meet the 6mm requirement, the CMim logo can be placed on the outer packaging and instructions (in the form of silk screen printing, stickers, etc. that are firm and not easily damaged);
3. The CMim logo can be viewed on the MICEVIN website.
other
Power supply voltage: 220V/50Hz (accepts wide voltage and frequency);
Plug/socket: type E/C
Labeling requirements:
Use Arabic on nameplates and instructions;
The CMim certification mark is affixed to the product.