From 10th August 2009, the Saudi Arabia Customs Authorities made it mandatory to get Saudi Arabian Standard Organisation (SASO) certificate (referred to as "SASO Conformity Certificate) for importing goods to Saudi Arabia. The acronym SASO stands for ‘Saudi Arabian Standards Organization’.
A SASO COC (Certificate of Conformity) is a declaration of the conformity with the type approval of applicable SASO standard. The purpose of this document is to ensure the free movement of goods within Saudi Arabia. All products being exported to Saudi Arabia require a Certificate of Conformity also referred to as a SASO CoC to enable them to be cleared through Saudi Customs.
India's major exports to Saudi Arab include basmati rice, textiles and garments and machinery. Saudi imports from India amounted to $7 billion or 2.7% of India's overall exports in the year 2015.
CDG helps you through out all steps in getting SASO certificate of compliance.