Lab Testing Quotation


Product lab testing can verify if your product is compliant with the applicable standards and regulations. You will receive a lab test report once the testing process is completed. The report states whether the product passed or failed the test.

Covered Areas: United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Australia, Saudi Arabia
Price: Offered upon request
Response time: 24 – 48 hours

Fill out the form to request a free quotation

    Product name

    Example: 100% cotton, plastic buttons

    Product category
    Note: We don't cover medical devices and cosmetics

    Consumer age group

    Where will you sell your product?
    Our testing partner can only offer lab testing services for the USA, EU, UK, Australia, and Saudi Arabia

    State / Territory

    Manufacturing country

    Extra services
    These services are offered in addition to lab testing, and are only available for certain product categories/markets
    Product/packaging label check (Optional)Certificate check/creation (Optional)

    Your name

    Your company


    Email address

    Phone number

    Additional Requirements / Questions / Relevant Information

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    Disclaimer: We don’t offer any kind of insurance or compensation, due to losses caused by the service provider, supplier, or other party involved in the process.

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    Important Information

    Partner Information

    Covered Markets/Countries

    • The United States
    • The European Union
    • The United Kingdom
    • Australia/New Zealand
    • Saudi Arabia

    European National & US State Level Regulations/Standards

    The testing company may not cover every single European national/US state level product standard or regulation. You must inform the testing company if you intend to sell in any particular European country and/or US state and ask if they can assess the necessary standards/regulations and perform necessary testing.

    Relevant Product Categories

    • Toys
    • Children’s products
    • Electronics
    • Food contact materials
    • Fitness products
    • Pet products
    • Watches
    • Packaging materials
    • Clothing
    • Children’s clothing
    • Accessories
    • Bags
    • Jewellery
    • Eyewear
    • Home products
    • Furniture
    • Home textiles
    • Kitchen products


    It is your sole decision to engage in a business relationship with such third parties, and you acknowledge that their respective general terms and conditions apply. Please read our terms of service for more information.


    Note that we receive a commission from the testing company. However, you are charged at a standard rate. The commission is not adding anything to your cost and contributes to our operations.


    My country and/or my product is not covered. Can you help?

    Yes, we can find other testing labs that cover additional product categories. Please send an email to and provide the following information:

    • Product name
    • Product category
    • Manufacturing country
    • Destination country
    • Age group

    When should I book lab testing?

    We recommend that you request a quotation at least 4 weeks prior to the requested testing date.

    How should I submit product samples?

    The testing company will send instructions for how you or your supplier should submit samples to one of their testing facilities.

    How many samples do I need to send?

    The testing company will confirm the number of samples and/or amount of materials.

    What else do I need to consider?

    Lab testing is only part of the compliance process. For example, you must also take the following steps:

    1. Verify that your supplier has the capability to manufacture products according to all applicable safety standards and regulations

    2. Inform your supplier of which standards and regulations they must follow

    3. Ensure that your product and the packaging is correctly labeled

    4. Issue mandatory documents (if any), such as a Declaration of Conformity.