GAC Bunker Fuels wins ISO certification
Dubai, January 21, 2013
Dubai-based GAC Bunker Fuels, part of global shipping, marine and logistics services provider GAC, said it has joined the elite group of global bunkering companies to be awarded the ISO 9001:2008 Management System Standard certification.
The ISO 9001:2008 certificate awarded by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) recognises GAC Bunker Fuels’ best management practices in the trading and brokerage of marine fuels and lubricants across its global operational sites.
It demonstrates the company’s full compliance with the requirements of this international best practice standard, which considers a range of measures, including management responsibility, resource management, product quality and the improvement of quality management systems across the organisation, said a senior official.
Nicholas Browne, the global director of GAC Bunker Fuels Limited, said, "Quality assurance has been the guiding principle behind GAC Bunker Fuels’ growth. Our ISO 9001 certification gives customers further reason to rest assured of top service quality standards and the highest grades of marine fuels and lubricants when they deal with us."
“As one of the few bunker companies to achieve this global benchmark, GAC Bunker Fuels underlines its continuing commitment to the pursuit of world-class standards and ongoing service improvement to help our customers to meet their bunker fuel needs and deliver their business strategies,” he stated.
GAC Bunker Fuels trades and supplies all grades of IFO, MGO, MDO and lubricants worldwide in partnership with selected suppliers who meet internationally approved standards.-TradeArabia News Service
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