Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) recently announced that it has achieved accreditation for its testing laboratories in India and Canada. The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) provided accreditation to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard for GLI’s laboratories in Noida, India, and Moncton, Canada.
According to the company, these accreditations demonstrate GLI’s ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality testing services. The company emphasized that this achievement is a result of its efforts to ensure that its global network of testing labs complies with all current ISO requirements.
GLI highlighted that all of its labs worldwide operate under the latest requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017, and it is dedicated to maintaining its testing services to the highest standards.
Established in 1989, GLI has certified nearly 2 million items and has tested equipment for over 567 jurisdictions. The company has testing laboratories across six continents and holds over 40 accreditations for compliance in gaming from various accreditation bodies worldwide.
Devon Dalbock, GLI’s chief operating officer for the EMEIA region, expressed excitement about the accreditation for the lab in India, stating that this milestone is important for the location and for GLI as a whole. Similarly, Salim L. Adatia, GLI’s vice president of client services for North America, emphasized the significance of the accreditation in Canada, highlighting its alignment with the company’s goal of better serving its North American clients.
In addition to the accreditation news, GLI recently appointed Richard Howarth as its new chief business officer for the APAC region.
Overall, GLI’s recent accreditations in India and Canada reflect the company’s dedication to ensuring the highest quality testing services and its commitment to meeting global standards in the gaming industry.