Kilani wins EU quality certification
Amman, April 1, 2012
Kilani Medical Industries, a Jordan-based healthcare device manufacturer, has received the CE marking, which ensures that the company’s products meet the European Union’s stringent safety, health and environmental protection requirements.
This makes Kilani making it the only CE-certified medical supplies manufacturer in Jordan, allowing it to provide international markets with top-of-the-line healthcare supplies.
In addition to being the sole company in the Kingdom to obtain the CE marking, Kilani Medical Industries holds ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certifications, which attest to its compliance with international design and manufacture quality standards as well as its ability to consistently provide medical supplies that meet customer requirements.
“Kilani Medical Industries invests considerable funding, manpower and research into developing and manufacturing products that meet international healthcare requirements and standards,” said Sharaf Kilani, Founder & Managing Director of Kilani Medical Industries.
“Our recent CE accreditation is our latest milestone in this regard and marks a new chapter in our journey. We are both proud of and thrilled with this accomplishment and look forward to catering to the world’s growing demand for quality healthcare supplies and devices.”
“Jordan has long been renowned for its advanced healthcare sector, and by becoming the only local healthcare supplies company with the CE marking to cater to EU markets we hope to help put Jordan on the map as a major exporter of premium and cost-effective medical supplies,” he added.
Global certification company SGS oversaw the inspection, verification, testing and accreditation of Kilani Medical Industries. – TradeArabia News Service
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