New UL App provides installation principles applicable to explosive atmospheres for the Hazardous Locations industry.
Today’s market is more global than ever. Whatever products you manufacture, chances are there’s a global market for them and expansion into that market presents massive growth potential; however, crossing borders, whether close to home or halfway around the world, presents multiple challenges and it’s helpful to know what to expect to avoid surprises, unforeseen costs and/or a delayed product launch. 1 Learn the Language Working in the local language might not always be necessary, but it’s helpful. It’s also a great way to make a first impression. Of course, it’s impractical to try and learn a language just to launch a product. Having a local guide or a contact with local language skills can help ease the process. 2 Learn the Other Language Spoken language is one thing, but a country’s or region’s technical language (e.g. certifications and testing requirements) is something else entirely. Even if you have all required testing for your current markets, you might not have everything you need to enter a new country or region. With some countries joining together to help reduce the number of different requirements and marks, this process is becoming easier, but deciding exactly what you need to ensure your product…
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