SON gets set for Standards Day, calls for stakeholders collaboration

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By Cynthia Alo

The Standards Organisation of Nigeria, SON, is set to drive up the country’s position under the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, objectives in terms of quality of goods manufactured in Nigeria and those imported into the country.

It however, called for collaboration of all stakeholders in the economy to achieve the goals.

Commenting at the backdrop of the activities marking the 2021 World Standards Day in Nigeria, the SON Director General, Mallam Farouk Salim, stated that his organisation has been in the forefront of domesticating international Standards for use in the country by working with relevant stakeholders to adopt them as National Standards, as well as providing training and certification services for organisations and individuals in the last fifty years.

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