This is a mark of quality that is affixed on all products to demonstrate their conformity to approved standards.
The mark is issued upon application by the manufacturer or importer having paid the application fee.
The cost of each sticker is N3.00
The marks are issued as stickers that are specific to each product. These stickers bear security features plus a QR Code that a smart phone is able to scan and are to be issued in the same quantities commensurate to the production units.
The mark/sticker is applied on each and every product to ensure traceability and tracking and shall not be defaced in any way to ensure legibility and conspicuousness. They may be applied by hand or using suitable applicators.
Moratorium period will be given to them.
Goods that were imported with valid SONCAP Certificate prior to commencement of the programme can still apply for the PAM stamps.
The test report used to clear the goods at the point of entry will form the basis of issuance of PAM stamps and the importer will be required to submit the test report, packing list and receipt of payment of the requisite penalties for goods that are subject to destination inspection
Stamps don’t form clearance trail, it is after port clearance that stamps should be affixed. However, application for PAM stamps must be submitted before SON final clearance.
No, stickers are applied to items that will sell at a retail outlet.
Stamps don’t form clearance trail, it is after port clearance that stamps should be affixed. However, application for PAM stamps must be submitted before SON final clearance
Affixing of PAM stamps should be after clearance but before offer for sale. The fixing should be at the warehouse.
Yes, re-packaged fertilizer and cement by importer into small bags for sale will require the use of MANCAP PAM stamps.
Yes, it applies to all finished and packaged petroleum and lubricant products for sales.
Stamps shall be affixed on each rims.
Turnaround time: 3 days upon approval of request and payment.