Accreditation is the process by which the accreditation body is provided with business ethics, high fidelity, unconditional honesty, and maintaining complete neutrality is the responsibility and authority to certify and evaluate the company properly.
Globalization has brought about a dramatic change in the way trade is conducted between buyer and seller. It breaks boundaries and simplifies the process by introducing a new process similar to the third. These third-party auditors assume the role of responsible advisors in assisting the buyer and seller in the process of a neutral and relevant certification process.

This third-party testing and certification is preferred by most providers around the world. Respected third-party certification bodies are internationally recognized, because they build trust and harmony among international traders.

We at ABIS do our best to carry out our accreditation process without bias and without external influence as individuals, companies and the country. This emphasizes building confidence among customers.

Accreditation is defined by the standards of the foreign organization as "third party certification" related to compliance assessments that reflect the official demonstration of its ability to perform certain compliance assessment tasks (ISO / IEC 17021)

 Why accredited evaluation is essential

The bodies of certificates that have been accredited by the ABIS are carefully assessed for their competence, neutrality and ability to deliver the required work in accordance with international standards.

  Business with mutual trust

The ABIS ensures that there is sufficient confidence and confidence to facilitate international trade between consumers and suppliers, including the above granting of autonomous accreditation by certifying organizations.

  The value of accreditation in the world trade

The authorization process aims to pave the way for smooth trading to overcome various obstacles. Authorization assures consumers to buy with confidence from overseas suppliers. This is because the warranty agencies verify, inspect and verify the quality of the goods to be transferred to the expected buyer. The accreditation body such as the ABIS accepts and adheres to the stated objectives set out in the EU guidelines and the World Trade Organization (WTOTBT).