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07 Jan 2021


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This year marks the 25th anniversary of APCER. All the success we have achieved over the years would not have been possible without the talent and hard work of all those who day by day contribute to deliver a value-added service that allows differentiation in an increasingly complex and ever-changing market. We are extremely grateful to each of these people.

We have always known where we wanted to go. That path has not always been straightforward, but we knew that perseverance, competence, innovation, and teamwork would make this journey easier.

Today, APCER is a leading player in its sector, both nationally and internationally, with presence in Europe, Africa, Asia and South America, enabling us to respond quickly to a global market, while maintaining close links with each of our clients.

Offering a diverse range of professional services in certification, audit, verification, validation and training, APCER has always recognised the importance of having highly qualified teams in its efforts to build trust between people and organisations by improving management practices and contributing to a sustainable society.

We might not know what is going to happen in the next 25 years, but we are certain that we will continue to work to foster sustainability and quality of life and that we will continue to be a global partner in trust promotion.

Finally, I would like to extend a special thanks to all our Clients who have placed their trust in APCER. They are the reason we do what we do. Without them, we would not be celebrating this milestone.


José Leitão,


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