The Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology "Standards" stated that perfume dealers in the state markets will be obligated to apply the transfer from the current units of measurement from the "Al-Toula" system to the system of measuring in milliliters of liquid perfumes, and grams for solid perfume products such as oud, starting on the 20th of next February.
She indicated in press statements on the sidelines of a meeting held today in Dubai about the new perfume trading system, that merchants will be required to put labels on the packages that clarify the transfers from Al Tula to the new weights systems.
In detail, the Director of the Metrology Department at the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology "Specifications", Eng. Amina Hassan Zainal, said that "Perfume merchants companies will be obligated to the state markets. Perfume merchants in the state markets will be obligated to apply the transfer from the current units of measurement from the" Al-Tula "system to the measurement system In milliliters for liquid perfumes, and grams for solid perfume products such as oud, starting on February 20, and requiring them to place labels on the packages that clarify the transfers from the current system of measuring “Toula” units to the new systems of measurement.
She stated that "the advantages of converting to the new measurement systems in the perfume trading sector include the protection of merchants and consumers alike with the fact that the" millimeter "systems for liquid perfumes, and the" gram "for solid perfume products are more accurate in the scales than the current system," Tula ", which is used for liquid and solid perfumes. ".
She added that "the conversion process for the new units of measurement, which is recognized within the international standards of measurement, is useful in streamlining the export operations of the overseas markets, which required the companies to transfer from Al-Tula to the new measurement systems used in various international markets, when exporting abroad."
She pointed out that "the new systems support the ease of tourists buying perfumes in the country’s markets with their knowledge of those units that are known in their countries for measuring the weights of perfumes."