GREAT COOPERATION IN EQUIVALENT PARTS CERTIFICATION
TÜBİTAK MAM and OSEM signs a cooperation agreement of equivalent parts certification for purpose of encourage the equivalent parts certification and to provide a significant cost advantage in auto insurance sector.
Initiated by Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology in 2015 for purpose of supporting equivalent parts manufacturing of automotive supplier industry, also regarding the circular of equivalent parts by Treasury Undersecretary, TÜBİTAK MAM and OSEM signed a cooperation agreement to create the technical infrastructure in scope of certification .
At the signing ceremony in TÜBİTAK MAM on September 29, 2017, TÜBİTAK MAM President Phd. Orkun Hasekioğlu, OSEM Board Member M. Atilla Oksay, General Manager Bener Yıkılmaz, TÜBİTAK MAM Vice Presidents Phd. İbrahim Bekâr, Associate Professor Murat Makaracı, OSEM Director of Operations Ekrem Çankırlı, TÜBİTAK MAM Unit Managers Meral Özcan, Nuh Yılmaz ve Seçil Selçuk attended the ceremony.
By the agreement, test environment will be created regarding technical tests of body parts of a motor vehicle within auto insurance, in which certification process . The tests will be applied at TÜBİTAK MAM Research Center and will be used the technical infrastructure of TÜBİTAK MAM. By the equivalent parts certification aimed the use of certified equivalent parts instead of original parts of customers in scope of auto insurance. Also, provided to buy the equivalent parts, which have reasonable price and same criterias like original parts. In addition, providing to decrease of insurance costs.
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