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TÜV América de México Receives ISO 9001 Accreditation

Published: Tuesday, July 5, 2005 - 22:00

TÜV América de México recently received ISO 9001 registrar accreditation from the entidad mexicana de acreditacíon (EMA). The accreditation will allow TÜV América de México to better meet local market needs and strengthen its customer commitment. It will also allow the registrar to conduct more business with the Mexican state and federal governments.

“Receipt of ISO 9001:2000 registrar accreditation from EMA is both exciting and an achievement for TÜV América de México’s staff,” says José Galván, TÜV América de México CEO. “This accreditation reinforces TÜV América de México’s ongoing and global commitment to be at the forefront of quality and efficiency for certification development on behalf of our customers. Finally, we hope this will further the opportunity to be among the top-five registrars for service delivery in 2005.”

TÜV América de México provides mechanical and electrical product safety testing, nationally recognized testing laboratory certification for the United States, CE marking assistance, certification body scheme and compliance with Mexican standards. EMA is the first private accreditation body in Mexico, with the mission of promoting and developing quality standardization and best practices in Mexico to improve technology, innovation and trade.

For more information, visit www.tuvam.com.


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