Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc., a private corporation, has been awarded a contract with SEMADET in the State of Jalisco, Mexico. Services include the design, supply, installation and ongoing maintenance and support of vehicle verification equipment and software, which will be used at verification centers, as well as a data and program management system for SEMADET to ensure program compliance, validity and cost-effectiveness.
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Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc. has been nominated for the 2019 Exporter of the Year Award at Orange County World Trade Week.
Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc. is proud to announce that it is officially a Corporate Member of CITA. CITA is the international association of public and private section organisations actively practicing compulsory inspection of in-service motor vehicles and their trailers, or with responsibility for authorizing and supervising inspection organizations.
After a competitive bidding process, Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc., a private California-based corporation, was awarded a contract with the Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA) in Northern Ireland as a new technology and solutions provider. Services include the supply, delivery, installation, calibration and continuous maintenance of new vehicle testing equipment and associated integrated test lane software at the DVA’s vehicle test centres; as well as all associated IT hardware and a management information system which will provide DVA Administrators with the applications needed to more actively and efficiently manage important components of the vehicle testing programme in Northern Ireland.
Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc. awarded contract for Missouri Gateway Vehicle Inspection Program
Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc., a private California-based company, has been awarded the contract with the State of Missouri, Department of Natural Resources for the Gateway Vehicle Inspection Program. After a competitive bid process, the official notice of award was published by the State on September 6, 2016, and the proposed solution from Worldwide Environmental Products, Inc. has been chosen for the State of Missouri.