NSF International opens office in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, May 29, 2013
NSF International, a global independent public health organization, has opened an office in Abu Dhabi, to meet the growing demand for testing, certification, auditing, consulting and training services in the Mena region.
NSF International has been active in the Middle East for more than 25 years, working with more than 1,000 companies in the region, a statement said.
The company's services include testing, certification and auditing of water services; food safety and beverage quality auditing and certifications; and providing quality assurance and environmental management systems certification according to internationally accepted standards.
NSF Middle East will be led by Mosbah Dannaoui, an expert in water distribution product quality and testing and in quality and environmental management systems.
As regional manager, Dannaoui will help grow NSF's water distribution and treatment testing and certification programs throughout the GCC countries and in North Africa. He will also coordinate testing and certification services to the Middle East's food and beverage industry, as well as management systems certification services to key sectors, including real estate and construction, pharmaceutical manufacturing, energy (natural gas, oil and petroleum), transportation and mining, it said.
"NSF International has provided testing, certification and auditing services to companies in the GCC region for nearly 25 years. Establishing the NSF Middle East office in Abu Dhabi will help us better serve our many clients in the region," said Kevan P Lawlor, president and CEO, NSF International. - TradeArabia News Service
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