Recognised component label approval process

The recognised component approval process is much simpler than you would think and the UL label centre doesn't need to be involved in that approval process. All you need to do is provide the information of the correct UL Mark that you want printed onto your labels and as a PGAA approved supplier and we will be able to manufacture the labels for you.

Contact our team of specialists to discuss your UL labelling requirements.

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