ASTM China Representative Attends Standards and Innovation Roundtable
Shown, from left to right: Xuetao Liu, deputy director, Beijing Institute of Standardization, and director, Zhongguancun Standard Innovation Service Center; Xinzhang Zhong, deputy director, Standardization Division of the Beijing Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision; Eva Gao, branding integrity manager for Greater China, Nike Sports (China) Co. Ltd.; Ping Yao, deputy director general, Beijing Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision; Liu Fei, chief representative, ASTM International China office; Ying Wang, manager, business development, Zhongguancun Standard Innovation Service Center; and Chuan Tian, deputy director, Zhongguancun Standard Innovation Service Center.
On March 28, staff from ASTM International’s China office joined the ZPark Standardization Center (Zhongguancun Software Park, Beijing, China) to attend the ZPark Standards and Innovation Roundtable in Beijing. There were approximately 40 participants from the Beijing quality and technical supervision sector and 25 ZPark-based enterprises in the fields of new materials, energy efficiency, environmental protection, equipment and electronic information.
Liu Fei, ASTM’s chief representative in China, gave a presentation on the ASTM standards development system, intellectual property rights policy, the ASTM China office’s work and the benefits that enterprises derive from being involved in international standards development.
This article appears in the issue of Standardization News.