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ABS Quality Evaluations Hosts China Certification and Accreditation Association

June 10, 2019

Representatives from the China Certification and Accreditation Association (CCAA) led by Executive Vice Chairman and Secretary General Fei Sheng recently visited ABS and ABS Group's new Global Headquarters in Northwest Houston. The delegation met with Dominic Townsend, President of ABS Quality Evaluations (ABS QE), the management systems certification subsidiary of ABS Group, to discuss areas of potential cooperation, including international standard certification.

During the visit, CCAA Secretary General Sheng commented, "As one of the world's leading certification bodies, ABS QE is well positioned to grow its business opportunities in China." Sheng expressed an interest in understanding the full scope of ABS Group's technical capabilities and solutions, including the Company's current business activities in China as well as how the organization maintains and improves its core engineering and certification competencies.

Dominic Townsend (left), President of ABS Quality Evaluations, and CCAA Secretary General Fei Sheng (right)

Dominic Townsend (left), President of ABS Quality Evaluations, and CCAA Secretary General Fei Sheng (right) 

Townsend extended a warm welcome to CCAA and said, "We are proud of ABS QE's longstanding presence in China, where we began delivering certification services in 2002." Townsend added that ABS QE has obtained several outstanding achievements in the past few years in this important region and complies with the required regulations in order to carry out successful operations in China.

"ABS QE is open to sharing best practices and industry expertise as we work to meet the auditing needs and values of our clients," Townsend said. "We believe that with the support of CCAA, we will continue to reach remarkable milestones in the future."

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