ASTM Signs Memorandum of Understanding with National Standards Body of Cameroon
Shown from left to right: Teresa Cendrowska, vice president, global cooperation, ASTM International; Charles Booto à Ngon, managing director, Agence des Normes et de la Qualité; James Thomas, president, ASTM International; Guy Aimé Fondja, head of international cooperation, Agence des Normes et de la Qualité; and James Olshefsky, director, external relations, ASTM International.
ASTM International signed a memorandum of understanding with the Agence des Normes et de la Qualité (ANOR), the national standards body of Cameroon, on Oct. 30, 2013. Charles Booto à Ngon, managing director of ANOR, and Guy Aimé Fondja, head of international cooperation, ANOR, traveled to ASTM headquarters to sign the agreement, the 85th MOU signed under ASTM’s global cooperation program.
Initiated in 2001, ASTM International’s MOU program promotes communication between ASTM and national standards bodies worldwide, fostering awareness of the standardization systems of all parties involved. More information about the MOU program can be found on the ASTM International website.
This article appears in the issue of Standardization News.