CENTER OF CERTIFICATION, STANDARDIZATION AND TESTING

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Center of certification, standardization and testing renders a service on certification and testing of products based on functional materials and technologies for checking against Russian and international quality standards.

Small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises of Moscow. 

Center of certification, standardization and testing of functional materials and technologies (CCST) is a structural unit of Moscow Agency of Innovations in accordance with the Agreement No. 094-MB-15 dated August 12, 2015 between Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation and Moscow City Government represented by the Department of Science, Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship.


The goal of the project is to provide access of small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises (SME) of Moscow to a large companies and state corporations procurements through the provision of services for testing and subsequent certification of their products in accordance with the requirements imposed by major technological business to the suppliers.


1. To provide SME with the infrastructure that certificates and tests their products based on functional materials for industrial branches such as oil and gas extraction and processing, thermal and nuclear power engineering, chemical industry and engineering;

2. To increase SME`s export capacity by providing services of testing and certification of their products in accordance with the requirements imposed by international standards;

3. To establish the training and qualifications upgrading system for engineering and maintenance personnel of SME in the field of quality policy in manufacturing and testing;

4. To assist in unified standards development and implementation for quality production made from new functional materials and supplied for the needs of major business (including the projects of new standards).

  • Oil and gas extraction and processing;
  • Thermal and nuclear power engineering; 
  • Chemical industry;
  • Housing and public utilities;
  • Power and chemical engineering; 
  • Shipbuilding;
  • Special machinery development and manufacture.