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NSF International Acquires the INASSA Group LLC, a Peruvian Leader in Analytical Testing, Certification, Inspection and Training for the Seafood/Fishing, Food and Pharmaceutical/Medical Industries
Date:1/29/2013

>, founders of the INASSA Group, continue in their leadership role as General Managers of the NSF-INASSA Group.

"NSF-INASSA's, NSF-Envirolab's and NSF-Servisanea's excellent reputation in both national and international markets for testing accuracy, turn-around time and customer service is a perfect complement to NSF International's independence and integrity," said Mrs. Catter. "Together, we will continue to help improve food and environmental safety and quality in Latin America."

This acquisition expands NSF International's reach in Latin America to include NSF-INASSA Group's established seafood and pharma markets. Both NSF and INASSA Group clients benefit, as NSF's global clients will now have access to INASSA Group's fish/seafood and pharma services, and INASSA Group's clients will gain access to NSF's wider range of pharma, seafood and other services. It also provides additional laboratory services for NSF customers from this expanded presence in Latin America.

Fish Meal, Fish Oil and Seafood Services. NSF-INASSA Group's 30 years of expertise in fish and seafood inspection, sanitation, container fumigation and analytic services complements NSF's global seafood programs, which include NSF Seafood operations in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

In addition to its analytical services, NSF-INASSA Group established NSF-Servisanea to provide fumigation and general sanitation for property, buildings, cleaning tanks and cisterns as well as to offer sanitation consultation and training. NSF-Envirolab was created to perform water, soil and air analysis as well as environmental impact studies, statements and analysis. NSF-INASSA Group is also approved to provide several types of audits for the fish/seafood industry, including fish meal and fish oil plants (IFFO-RS) and chain of custody (CoC IFFO) standards. NSF-INASSA
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