UL Type 'L' Follow-up Service approval process

This short video gives an insight into the process you need to go through for the approval process under the ’L’ Type Follow-up Service, the UL marks that are used, what you need to do to get your UL Mark approved and most importantly, how the UL Label centre will authorise and instruct your PGAA approved supplier to print the approved number of labels you require.

We have also created a flowchart that maps out the 'L' type approval process. Click here to view.

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