Aramco Asia inks deals with seven suppliers on general inspection services
The agreements help deliver the highest standards of quality and asset integrity for our facilities and operations.
Aramco Asia has signed agreements with seven top-level inspection service solution providers, supporting the company’s engineering and technical services operation in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. The agreements, signed by Aramco Asia-Japan in a virtual ceremony on Nov. 20 and have a duration of six years and commence in 2021.
The agreements support Aramco Asia’s inspection of products procured from Asia-Pacific manufacturers and suppliers, helping deliver the highest standards of quality and asset integrity for Aramco facilities, capital projects and joint ventures in compliance with Aramco’s engineering standards and specifications. Cost savings have been realized as a result of the newly optimized inspection requirements and processes as well as the identification of new service providers with competitive rates and the adoption of new inspection technologies and tools.
Omar Al Amudi, representative director of Aramco Japan, signed contracts on behalf of Aramco Asia with representatives of the following suppliers:
- Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS)
- Japan Inspection Co. (JIC)
- ABS Consulting (ABS)
- ACES-Global Quality Services (ACES)
- Intertek Industry Services Japan Limited (ITK)
- Tata Projects Limited (TATA)
- RINA Spa
World-class engineering and quality standards are key to reinforcing Aramco’s position as a leading, sustainable and reliable source of energy.
— Omar Al Amudi
Hosted virtually in Tokyo, Japan, the event assembled approximately 80 quality management professionals to discuss best practices for implementing quality inspection services, addressing various aspects of quality management and promoting quality awareness among suppliers.