National Quality Assurance Opens Office in Canada

National Quality Assurance, USA, Inc. (NQA, USA), a leading provider of quality and environmental management registration services is pleased to announce the opening of their office in Quebec, Canada and the hiring of Sales and Operations Manager Mario David.

“Canadian industries have always placed significant focus on the value of ISO based certification, as well as high expectations of Registrars providing services in to this market,” stated Kevin Beard, President of NQA, Inc. “We are pleased to have Mario David on board. His broad expertise, skills and experience in the industry make him a perfect choice to lead NQA Canada.”

Mario comes to NQA with over 20 years experience in operations and quality management in various manufacturing and service industries, including five years as the General Manager of the Canada offices of another registration provider. As Sales and Operations Manager, Mario will be responsible for all registration activities in Canada.

“I am very enthusiastic about establishing the NQA Canada offices,” stated Mr. David, “NQA is world renowned for their expertise, professionalism, and customer service. I look forward to providing these services with local resources here in Canada.”

About NQA, USA
NQA, USA, headquartered in Acton, Massachusetts, was established in 1992 as a joint venture between National Quality Assurance, Limited (headquartered in London, England) and National Technical Systems, Inc. (located in Calabasas, CA, NASDQ: NTSC). NQA, USA is a world-renowned ISO 9001, ISO 14001, TS 16949, and AS9100 registrar. NQA, USA’s single point of contact saves clients time, while its well-trained, efficient staff, located nationwide, provides local attention. NQA’s worldwide operations are accredited to perform management systems registrations by ANSI – ANAB and UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service). NQA, USA has expertise in many diverse industries including aerospace, transportation and distribution, printing, professional services, automotive, foods, electronics, computers, and software.