The Miqro Innovation Collaborative Center (C2MI) in Bromont QC added another string to his bow, adding Nemko Canada as a commercialization partner.
A subsidiary of the international company Nemko, based in Oslo, Norway, Nemko Canada will provide its expertise and resources to accelerate all aspects related to commercialization of new technologies onto the market. Companies around the world rely on Nemko to assess compliance with standards and regulations relating to its products, systems, facilities or personnel. With a thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations in more than 150 countries, Nemko ensures that all the necessary documents in each market are consistent and that the products meet the standards.
The C2MI network has already reached more than 40 members and partners and continues to grow and diversify. Nemko’s membership provides complementary skills to all C2MI members by providing expertise in product certification, testing product safety, international product approvals or certification of management systems.
“The quality, variety and value of the services offered by Nemko are recognized worldwide by numerous world renowned organizations involved in a wide range of industries. Nemko’s expertise, in a significant part of the product commercialization, is a key value to the C2MI ecosystem,” says Normand Bourbonnais, CEO at C2MI. “By including the product certification process, at an early stage of new products, with the goal to meet standards and regulations in the countries to which they are intended is a significant addition to its commercial value “
“With this important corporate investment, Nemko aims to serve the potential for export of Quebec. The laboratory will become the forefront of markets expansion worldwide,” adds Sim Jagpal, CEO Nemko Canada. “We target to leverage the industrial strengths of the region: medical equipment, IT equipment, smart devices embedded in aeronautic, railway and automotive equipment, and smart microelectronics which have all an excellent representation in C2MI.”