The vehicles lube oils products manufactured by Emirates General Petroleum Corporation ‘Emarat’ have been granted the Emirates quality certificate by the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology, after conforming the technical standards for requirements as stated in the Gulf standards GSO 1785-2013 for quality and efficiency.
Mr. Abdulrahman Qassim Al Ali, Commercial Sales Manager at Emarat, and HE Abdullah Al Meeini, the acting general manager of Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrolog, signed the accreditation certificate, in the attendance of Mr. Hussain Kazim, Manager Corporate Communications, Mr. Ali Ibrahim, Manager Lubricants Sales, and Mr. Mohammed Shames, Governmental and Industrial Sales Manager at Emarat.
Mr. Abdulrahman, said, “The certificate is the result of conforming to the best international standards in lube production, and the commitment to maintaining the oils’ quality and efficiency in various conditions. He also pointed out that this certificate enhances the trust in Emarat’s products among customers, on local, regional and international levels, which is in harmony with Emarat’s continuous aspirations to deliver goods and services that meet global needs, standards and criteria.”
Mr. Al Ali further added, “This is not the first time that the Corporation gets international accreditation for the quality and efficiency of its different products. Emarat was previously granted two international accreditations, one from Delmer Chrysler, the manufacturer of Mercedes Benz vehicles, and the second from the National Authority for Marine Equipment Manufacturers ‘NAMA’ in the United States. These accreditations affirm that these products meet the required standards and criteria, in addition to guaranteeing their use in different vehicles and machinery all over the world.”
He also said, “With each new accreditation granted to the Corporation the feelings of trust and pride are renewed, especially in the lubes that are made in conformity with the international standards and criteria, and are thus suitable for different vehicles and machinery. These products continuously undergo tests to affirm their quality, while studies and researches are conducted to develop the said products to meet the latest international standards and technologies.”
The GCC Standardization Authority, which is in charge of preparing the rules, regulations and laws related to standards and criteria applicable on goods that are merchandized in the states of the council, was established pursuant to a resolution issued by the Higher Council of the GCC in its 22nd meeting held in Muscat on the 30th and 31st of December 2001, establishing a Gulf authority for standardization and metrology in the GCC.
The Gulf Standards aim to support the Gulf’s national products and facilitate their exchange between the states, in addition to meeting the requirements of the International Trade Organization, supporting the application of the customs union procedures among GCC states, executing the instructions concerning the Free Arab Trade Zone, meeting the requirements of the said states and their trade associates through the execution of a number of guidelines and rules that were prepared in accordance with the international trends in this field.
During the meeting, Mr. Abdulrahman, received from HE Abdullah Al Meeni the shield of Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology, while Mr. Hussain Kazim presented the Emarat shiled to HE, as a symbol of the Corporation’s gratitude for the cooperation and collaboration between the two parties.
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Khawla Al Falasi
Corporate Communications Assistant
Emirates General Petroleum Corporation – Emarat
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