American Society of Quality (ASQ)
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ASQ was established in 1946 after World War 2. Its headquarters are situated in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA and its national service centers are located in China, India and Mexico. It has a long reputation for its performance in meeting critical challenges of quality of the world’s transforming corporations, organizations and communities. It supports its members by providing services and resources such as certification, training, publications, conferences, advocacy and networking.
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