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Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. Vietnam Company Ltd. – Hanoi Branch

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Home Lot A2 CN1, Minh Khai Ward, North Tu Liem District Hanoi Vietnam Work Phone: +84-24-32045882 Website: Website:

In 1996, BACL was founded in Sunnyvale, CA. Since that time, BACL has always worked closely with our customers to support them in the development of their electronic products by providing high quality testing and certification services. Today, with 19 test facilities strategically located worldwide (and growing!) and more than 2000 employees, BACL is a global services leader in testing and certification electrical equipment; Information technology equipment; consumer electronics; medical devices; industrial, scientific and medical testing equipment; Industrial machinery; unlicensed wireless devices and licensed radios (including but not limited to Bluetooth and WiFi devices, microwave relay systems, satellite ground stations, radar, cell phones, and base stations mobile); energy-saving lighting products; toy; document;

With our state-of-the-art facilities, ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO/IEC 17065 Certification is both a Testing Laboratory and a Product Certification Body, designated as an OSHA NRTL (Overall Recognized Testing Laboratory). nationwide) and over 22 years of experience in regulatory compliance, BACL has the ability to help you get your products approved and marketed quickly and efficiently.

Our highly trained and knowledgeable team members can support your product throughout its complete lifecycle and can help you overcome any regulatory compliance hurdles in working to bring your products to market and keep them compliant as regulatory and market requirements change.

BACL is a “one-stop center” providing testing and certification services for products intended for sale in the United States, Canada, “Europe” (i.e. EU/EEA/EFTA countries), Israel, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand, and in more than 50 other countries in Asia, South America and Africa.