CESOL is an Association of People and Companies, independent and non-profit, in the service of welding and other joining technologies. CESOL has more than 40 years of experience and is the national reference point in Spain specializes in information, certification of people, products and processes, training, advice and technical assistance to industries that use welding and other technologies like adhesive bonding or Additive Manufacturing.
CESOL maintains permanent relations with virtually all Associations and National Institutes with similar characteristics throughout the world, either directly or through organizations: EWF, which is a member and IIW, providing one of the representatives in their national governing bodies.
The experience of CESOL in the certification of people, products and processes, training, advice and technical assistance to industries that use welding and other technologies and their knowledge in the Additive Manufacturing as ANB of Spain, will be one of the most advantage to the project.
CESOL has an extensive experience in Erasmus+ projects both collaborating and coordinating participating in projects regarding Additive Manufacturing, Welding and Adhesives Bonding. CESOL works with a lot of adhesives suppliers, technology and research centres, and provides training courses in adhesives, being the ANB and one of the ATBs of Spain.
Contact person: Héctor Carballo
SATB is an Engineering Company, providing Certification and Inspection services in a wide range of fields (Personnel, Industry, Management Systems, Advance NDTs).
Regarding the Industry Sector, it is recognized as EU Notified Body (NoBo) – ISO 17020 / 17065 for Pressure Equipment Directive (Notified Body), (unique identification number 2221), Simple Pressure Vessels, Lifts, Construction products, including 1090, Machinery, ATEX. It is also an ASME Authorized Inspection Agency, holder of Certificate of Accreditation.
Swiss Approval is ISO 17024 accredited Certification Body, for a wide range of technical professions, extendable to economic and management related professions, such as Welders Certification, Inspectors Certification, Welding Coordination personnel Certification Schemes, Painting and Coating Inspectors.
SATB is aiming almost exclusively in Mapping the Corrosion & Defects, as well as Inspect Installations under Pressure, by using of advance NDT technology, developed by our own equipment and qualified employees, and it is strictly related to Welding Inspection & Corrosion Mapping.
Contact person: Stratis Liatsos
Welding Greek Institute [WGI], is a Non-Profit organization, founded in 2007 and it is a full member and exclusive technical partner of the International Institute of Welding (IIW), of the European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting (EWF).
It is the exclusive Organization, acts on behalf of the above mentioned International Organizations in Greece, as an Authorized Nominated Body -ANB- for Personnel Qualifications, as an Authorized Nominated Body for Companies Certification- ANBCC-, and recently was also authorized by the International Additive Manufacturing Qualification System - ΙΑMQS - ANB / Metal 3D Printing.
It is the largest national network and reference center for welding and allied joining technologies, acting as a body for science and application of new technologies.
In this context of networking and exchange of knowledge among scientists, researchers, Industry and Academic community for the dissemination of critical information and best practices, it highlights at national and international level, the Technical Professions, the transfer of Know-how, the upgrading of the Quality Level of Industrial sector but at the same time promotes the direct connection of Education and specialized training with the Industrial and Construction sector.
Contact person: Georgia Kolyva
EWF – European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting is a European organization established as an international non-profit association that acts as a representative of manufacturing community in Europe, providing the exchange of scientific and technical information and contributing to the removal of technical barriers. EWF was created in 1992 by all the welding institutes of the European Community with the aim of updating and harmonizing training and education in the field of welding technology.
EWF is a network of 31 European and 16 non-European national Welding Institutes, which are active in training, RTD, and technology transfer across various industrial sectors. The EWF manages a harmonized system for training, qualification, and certification of personnel, with over 40,000 diplomas awarded across different levels of qualification and industrial requirements. The current EWF membership includes approximately 50,000 companies, 75% of which are SMEs. The EWF aims to address technological issues, improve quality, and stimulate competitiveness by disseminating opportunities from EU-funded projects and training professionals in emerging technologies like additive manufacturing (AM). EWF provides world class, European-focused products and supports services to its members and their communities in joining, welding, and related technologies.
EWF is a member of EFFRA and a founding organization of the Joining Sub-Platform to ManuFuture, ensuring wider dissemination of project results to relevant stakeholders. It is also a liaison member to CEN and ISO, involved in standardization activities at the European and International level, and a member of the Additive Manufacturing (AM) and the Joining Platform to ManuFuture.
Contact person: Ana Marques
Talleres Corral Mecanizados, S.L. is a medium size industrial company, founded in 1958, focused on the production of welded components for high requirements components for rolling stock, energy, and aeronautic sector. Currently our staff is composed of highly qualified professionals in all areas involved like welding, machining, assembly, painting, and bonding. All of the means of production are in house, having internal capacity for make components by laser cutting, bending, curving, robot, and manual welding (TIG, MIG-MAG, plasma, laser, spots and studs), machining (milling and turning), painting and other auxiliary processes.
The company have around 130 worked in total covering all production, engineering, and administration areas.
Talleres Corral maintains permanent relations with virtually all Associations, National Institutes and R&D organizations developing new processes and products.
Currently we are ATB for training into the EWF scheme and teaching an EWS course in this moment with internal teachers (4 IWEs).
Contact person: Juan Antonio Chova
Mercantec is a merged school between a vocational and a business school/gymnasium. Mercantec has yearly 3000 full time students and employs about 500 employees. The educations at Mercantec ranges from vocational educations, business, and technical high school/gymnasium to adult further education. The main residence is in Viborg, where Mercantec has 4 campuses: Hans Christian Andersens Vej, construction, gymnasium, and House of Industry. Mercantec has a large property towards the west coast of Denmark, which mainly consists of further education courses. Mercantec offers dormitory rooms for students and has room for about 350 students.
Contact person: Karsten Therkildsen
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