Internationally Recognized Certifications
ACMA Certificates are recognized and accepted around the world!
International shippers, freight forwarders and importers appreciate the convenience of being able to verify ACMA certificates online, and also use the ACMA website to locate resources about the standards and quality assurance practices that ACMA members follow.
ACMA certificates are issued to members who have been certified after meeting the listed standards and documenting their compliance with the requirements.
ACMA reserves the right to suspend or rescind membership in the event that products manufactured by a member prove to be in material breach of the terms and conditions of their ACMA membership.
|ACMA Conditions||Standards||Also Required||Certification|
|Guarantee of US Manufacture and Free Sale||ACMA supports cosmetic manufacturers who wished to export their American-made products.||The company manufactures its products in the U.S.||Products are produced in compliance with state and federal regulations||Products are freely sold in interstate commerce in the United States||ACMA must be given a complete list of products intended for export. Brand label name and net weight for each product must be included.||Certificate of Free Sale|
|Guarantee of Good Manufacturing Practices||ACMA members agree that manufacturing operations for their products meet the guidelines of good manufacturing practices (GMPs) as set forth by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).||Products are produced according to GMP standards as outlined in Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 700.3-700.27||After a review of your membership application, ACMA may require further information.||Good Manufacturing Practices Certificate|
|Guarantee of BSE Compliance||ACMA members agree that manufacturing for their products is designed to account for the possibility of contamination with ovine, bovine & caprine products containing BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy).||The products are produced according to Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 700.27, Use of Prohibited Cattle Materials in Cosmetic Products, October 11, 2006||After a review of your membership application, ACMA may require further information.||BSE Certificate|