Economy, Auto

Iran Signs Auto Testing Deal With Spain's Applus+ IDIADA

Through the deal, ISQI’s testing facilities are to be upgraded.Through the deal, ISQI’s testing facilities are to be upgraded.

Local private auditing firm Iran Standard and Quality Inspection Company has signed a deal with the Barcelona-based engineering firm Applus+ IDIADA. The agreement is to assist the Iranian company in upgrading its car testing facilities.
Through a statement on ISQI's website, the local firm's chief, Ashkan Golpaigani, broke the news on Wednesday, detailing negotiations with the multinational company which culminated in the agreement.
Applus+ IDIADA is a multinational company providing design, engineering, testing and homologation services to the automotive industries. The company conducts operations in 23 countries across the globe. ISQI is a private company that conducts monthly quality and safety tests on behalf of Iran's Ministry of Industries.
The Barcelona-based firm is one of the European Union's seven major vehicle testing centers, administering Euro NCAP evaluations with 20% of the company's share belonging to the Spanish government and 80% to Applus services, a world-renowned company offering testing, inspection and certification services. 


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