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Export of FDA Regulated Products from US to Other countries: Export Certificates and Other Documents
FDA issues about 7 different kinds of export certificates for products intended to the exported from the US to other countries. These certificates are needed for the importing country; without such certificates these products will not be allowed entry into the importing country. Many companies export not only products marketed in the US but also products that may not be legally marketed in the US but are allowed in other countries. For exporters of drugs, biologics, medical devices, diagnostics, food, and all other kinds products or components it is important to have an understanding of the documentation requirements, application process, expectations of the FDA, and the importing country to avoid delays due to custom clearance. Before FDA can issue an export certificate to a company, it requires detailed compliance documents and other paperwork from the applicant. Incomplete and inaccurate documents is the most common reason for delays and denials of export certificates.
This seminar will provide practical instructions in the process of getting export certificates from FDA including description of key terms, concepts, and common issues that exporters of FDA-regulated products are likely to encounter.
Why should you attend:
This seminar is intended for exporters of FDA regulated products or those that sell regulated products to U.S. exporters and wish to have a better understanding of how FDA regulated products are exported from the U.S. Attendees will be introduced to the types of export certificates, conditions under which FDA issues or denies export certificates, legal requirements, fees, and regulatory requirements for export of FDA-regulated products from the US. Attending this training will help you to better manage your export compliance activities and help support your logistics supply chain.
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