Indonesia

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IndonesiaProduct safety requirements and regulations are put in place to reduce risks of injury, ensure safety and improve quality of life. Most products entering the Indonesian market must meet the relevant requirements of the authorities depending on the product scope.

These regulations and compliance requirements can however pose challenges to companies who are exploring new markets in Indonesia. You can ensure that your products successfully meet the Indonesian standards by working with a market leader, TÜV SÜD.

TÜV SÜD fully understands the local requirements and procedures applicable in Indonesia. You can rely on our expertise and knowledge to help you access key markets efficiently while at the same time, be assured of our objectivity, integrity and professionalism.

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  • Plug Types

    Type C

    Plug C

    Type F

    Plug F

  • Electrical Safety

    Regulatory agency

    • National Standardization Agency of Indonesia

    Regulations

    • Both Ministries each regulate a list of electrical and electronic equipment. 
    • The SNI Mark is a mandatory safety mark for regulated products.
    • Product testing by accredited in-country test laboratory and factory quality system control is required. 
    • Certificates should be issued by an accredited CB. 
    • Compliance with Indonesia National Standards (SNI).

    Guidelines

    CERTIFICATION PROCEDURE
    • Submission of application and essential documents. 
    • Product testing by random sampling. 
    • Factory inspection. 
    • Obtain certification. 
    • Appropriate usage of SNI Mark.

    Applicable product categories

    • To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    • As a listed CB for Indonesia under the ASEAN EE MRA, TÜV SÜD’s test reports and CoC are accepted for type approval under SNI certification.

  • Energy Efficiency

    Regulatory agency

    • Directorate General of Electricity and Energy Utilisation

    Regulations

    • The Indonesian government is developing residential appliance efficiency standards and labelling programs.
    • Voluntary labels have been established for refrigerators and labelling programs are currently under consideration for other products.

    Guidelines

    • Although there are currently no existing standards for any products, voluntary environmental standards are being considered for several products.

    Applicable product categories

    • To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    • TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance with Indonesian requirements and obtaining the necessary approval. TÜV SÜD can also support manufacturers in obtaining voluntary endorsement labels. 
  • Medical Devices

    Regulatory agency

    • Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia

    Regulations

    • Marketing licensing of medical devices is required for both domestically manufactured and imported devices. 
    • Based on the risks that are caused during usage, medical devices are divided into four classes, namely Class I, Class IIa, Class IIb and Class III. 
    • Applications should be submitted to the Indonesian Director General of Food and Drugs.
    • Registration application for imported devices should be accompanied with evidence that they have been officially traded overseas.

    Guidelines

    • A local representative is required for the registration of imported products. 
    • A registration number which should be shown on the label will be allocated once the application is approved.

    Applicable product categories

    • To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    • TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance according to the Indonesian requirements and obtaining the necessary approvals. 
  • Telecom & Wireless

    Regulatory agency

    • Directorate General of Posts and Informatics Resources (SDPPI)

    Regulations

    • Certification by type approval of regulated products is required. 
    • Product testing should be performed by an in-country test laboratory.* 
    • Certification is issued by SDPPI.
    • Products must be marked with SDPPI label.

    Guidelines

    • Type A: Approval issued to manufacturer 
    • Type B: Approval issued to importer (Required to import goods) 

    CERTIFICATION PROCEDURE

    • Submission of application. 
    • Product testing. 
    • Submission of test report and essential documents. 
    • Approval of certification. 
    • Product labelling as appropriate.

    Applicable product categories

    • To determine if a particular product is subject to the above regulations, please contact us.

    Our services at a glance

    • TÜV SÜD has the experience and capability to support manufacturers in attaining compliance with Indonesian requirements and obtaining the necessary approval.

    *From 3 December 2017, TÜV SÜD is accredited to test cellular telephones, handheld computers and tablets according to Regulation No. 23/2016. 

     

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