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NACE News : NACE and ISO—Working Collaboratively When Global Standards Acceptance is Critical

Recently, NACE members have inquired about NACE's collaborative work on standards development with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This page includes a number of resources to provide you with information about these efforts starting with a letter from TCC Chair Brian Saldanha.

If you have additional questions about this topic, please send them to tcc-chair@nace.org


More Press Releases
  • Materials Performance Magazine Launches New Website July 1, 2015

    Materials Performance (MP) magazine, the flagship publication of NACE International, today introduced its standalone website, naceMP.com. With a circulation of more than 36,000, MP is the leading resource for corrosion professionals worldwide.

  • NACE President Speaks Out in the Washington Post "Memorial Bridge: An Icon for Inaction" June 23, 2015

    Arlington Memorial Bridge is the most iconic bridge in our nation’s capital. Each day thousands of commuters and tourists cross the Potomac River to travel between Northern Virginia and the District. I always am moved by how the bridge symbolizes U.S. history.Underneath, however, the bridge is symbolic of a nationwide problem: the steady decay of U.S. infrastructure, something I am acutely familiar with as president of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers.


More Company News
  • Debunking myths about dilbit corrosive tendencies July 28, 2015

    Jenny Been certainly knows what she is talking about when it comes to factors that can cause corrosion in oil pipelines.

  • EN Engineering Announces Majority Investment from General Atlantic July 1, 2015

    EN Engineering, a leading utility engineering, consulting, and compliance services firm, and General Atlantic, a leader in global growth investing, announced today the launch of a new partnership in which General Atlantic will acquire a majority stake in the company from CIVC Partners. As part of the transaction, CIVC and company management will continue to be shareholders going forward.