CEOC News Article
       Events 02/03/2016
CEOC International and EFNDT renew MoU

CEOC International and EFNDT, the European Federation of Non-Destructive Testing, have renewed the Memorandum of Understanding in order to continue and further enhance the cooperation between the two associations. The document was signed by CEOC President Simo Hassi and the EFNDT President Péter Trampus.

You can find the MoU here: MoU CEOC International - EFNDT

As a follow up of the MoU renewal, CEOC International had a meeting with EFNDT representatives on 1st of March 2016 in Brussels in order to further discuss the cooperation opportunities, among which:

  • Optimize resources and logistics;
  • Organise regular consultation and exchange of information on policy matters and EC R&D programmes, calls for participation in projects of interest in the field of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT);
  • Exchange best practices in the NDT sector;
  • Ensure the distribution of information for the members on different activities or events organised by both organisations;
  • Exchange views and, wherever possible, achieve consensus positions on policy matters of interest to the members of both organisations;
  • Enhance communication and develop possible cooperation with other relevant stakeholders in the NDT sector.

Simo Hassi, Roger Lyon,

Drewin Nieuwenhuis, Cesar Buque, Laura Martin, David Gilbert

About CEOC International

CEOC International is a not-for-profit organisation created in 1961 and registered under Belgian law, representing 30 independent inspection and certification organisations in 19 countries. Through their work CEOC International members ensure the safety of equipment, reduce the risk of accidents, protect the environment, set and influence high standards throughout the


EFNDT (European Federation for Non-Destructive Testing) was founded in May 1998 in Copenhagen at the 7th European Conference for Non-Destructive Testing (ECNDT). The overall mission of EFNDT is to bring together the resources of the national societies and organisations involved in NDT and related topics in Europe to create a more effective and more valuable voice for industry, the professions, users and the wider community.