By: Gabriella Mazzola / UL Global Market Access Engineering Leader, Convenor of Working Group 3 of GSO Notified Bodies Cooperation Group for Low Voltage Regulation
As G-Mark program implementation continues to improve towards the removal of all inconsistencies, GSO officially announced that the scope of category 3 for “household clothes dryers and clothes washing machines, including machines which both wash and dry” will be restricted from 12 kg capacity to 10 kg.
The decision is due to the alignment of the scope of the category with the relevant HS codes in order to achieve full consistency for market access surveillance by custom officers in GCC countries.
Category 3 scope is detailed as follows:
Discussions are still ongoing inside GSO-NB’s cooperation group to address all issues connected to this change.
More to come, stay tuned!
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