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Colombia hosted the "52nd CIML Meeting" and the "Second International Congress of Legal Metrology"

Colombia hosted the "52nd CIML Meeting" and the "Second International Congress of Legal Metrology"

The Deputy Superintendence for the Control and Verification of Technical Regulations and Legal Metrology (the Deputy Superintendence) of the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce (SIC), hosted the "52nd Meeting of the International Committee of Legal Metrology (CIML)", an event that took place in Cartagena de Indias, between October 10 and 12, 2017.

This event brought together the most important international authorities on legal metrology in the world, serving as a space for the exchange of good practices and for the adoption of guidelines to be followed by the CIML in the next year. During the development of this Meeting, the CIML awarded the SIC the prize "Best contributions for the Development of the Legal Metrology in the World", a prize that was formally accepted by Sr. Alejandro Giraldo, Deputy Superintendent for Legal Metrology of the SIC.

Likewise, the Deputy Superintendence took this opportunity to organize a parallel event (also in Cartagena) called the "Second International Congress of Legal Metrology", a congress that included the participation of several Latin American legal metrology authorities (some of them are not members of CIML), which were able to share their national experiences in the implementation of their respective legal metrology regimes, achievements and upcoming challenges.


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