Uncertainty is one of the biggest cost factors in any enterprise; the difference
between the unknown and risk is that the latter is measurable. We can reduce
your risk by offering services which will optimize transparency and accountability.
We provide a wide range of specialised services to governmental and international
organizations and we specialize in monitoring the quality, quantity and distribution
of humanitarian aid, including food-aid. Additionally, we can provide tailor
made solutions and fast emerging inspection and monitoring services.
Major international donors increasingly need higher levels of transparency and accountability.
Funds can only be used once, and their speedy and efficient use can make a very
Independent inspection and monitoring is an important tool to optimise the results
of any development program, humanitarian aid project, or commodity transaction.
Independent inspection and monitoring deters violations (both intentional and unintentional)
of quality and quantity specifications and is a key factor in accommodating the
concerns regarding nutrition value, proper labeling, food quality and quantity.
We can demonstrate wide ranging experience as a service provider in this sector.
As your eyes and ears on the spot, contract infringement and other irregularities
are formally noted and independently reported in a pro active and efficient manner.
Moreover, our international network of laboratories can provide swift and reliable
quality control of goods and commodities, and recommendations for corrective action,
or improvement, will allow customers to take the appropriate action.
Many governmental and international organizations have already relied on our
services. Amongst them:
The Saybolt International Company was contracted as a neutral inspection company to follow up on all
stages of the oil derivatives grant. Starting with the arrival of the tranches to the Aden Refinery
until their delivery to the final beneficiary.
The company is tasked with monitoring all power stations and documenting individual plant's daily
consumption of fuel as well as the amount of energy produced across all south governorates.
Additionally, the inspection company registers the meter readings of the delivered oil derivatives
before and after receiving the oil tankers as well as the daily rate of energy production by the
By the end of every month, the neutral inspection company issues and shares a monthly reconciliation
statement matching the distributed and consumed quantities with the energy produced by the concerned
power plants to the Supervisory and Control Committee. Following the examination and comparison of
reports, the Supervisory and Control Committee then shares its data and report to the Joint Steering
Committee that supervises and follows up on the operations of the oil derivatives grant.
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