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A2LA Awards 3,500th Accreditation Certificate to Eurofins DQCI

August 20, 2013

A2LA is proud to announce the award of its 3,500th certificate to Eurofins DQCI. Last week, A2LA President/CEO, Peter Unger, visited Eurofins DQCI to present them with their certificate.

Frederick, MD (PRWEB) August 20, 2013

A2LA is proud to announce the award of its 3,500th certificate to Eurofins DQCI. Last week, A2LA President/CEO, Peter Unger, visited Eurofins DQCI to present them with their certificate. A2LA has accredited Eurofins DQCI in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005, specifically related to their competence in chemical testing. The following test types/technologies are included on their scope of accreditation: total protein kjeldahl, non-casein nitrogen (NCN), casein, non-protein nitrogen (NPN), true protein, mojonnier fat ether extraction modified, ash gravimetric and total solid gravimetric.    

“Certificate number 3500.01 is symbolic of not only our ongoing leadership and substantial growth in domestic and international laboratory accreditation; but also represents our long-standing mission as a public service organization where we are playing an integral role in the consumer protection through food testing accreditation,” said Unger.

Eurofins DQCI has become one of the premier Dairy Laboratory Service companies in North America. They have established an excellent industry reputation over the past 75 years by providing accurate and timely analytical results. Their dairy manufacturer services include instrument calibration services, custom calibration sets, chemistry analyses, microbiology analyses and pathogen & spoilage organism testing.

ABOUT A2LA:

A2LA is the largest multi-discipline accreditation body in the United States. It has been operating as a non-governmental, non-profit, public service membership society for over 30 years. A2LA provides accreditation to and training on the following international standards: ISO/IEC 17025 (testing/calibration), ISO/IEC 17020 (inspection bodies), ISO Guide 34 (reference material producers), ISO/IEC 17065 (product certification bodies), ISO/IEC 17043 (proficiency testing providers), and ISO 15189 (medical testing).

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