Bureau Veritas opens new testing lab

  • 12-Jul-2013 09:58 EDT

Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services recently opened a new automotive testing laboratory in Tianjin, China. The lab occupies 3000 m² (32,300 ft²) and contains the latest equipment to provide comprehensive reliability testing services to the automotive supply chain in North China. Services offered includes material testing, automotive electronics performance testing, durability testing, and analysis on how environmental factors affect the functioning of automotive equipment and components from R&D to production. The company says the new site complements its EMC and reliability testing labs in Shanghai.

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