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Accreditations

UNICOIL's quality policy is a reflection of its commitment to earn the trust and satisfaction of its customers. The quality system at UNICOIL ensures strict adherence to both international and national standards, which is recognized by UNICOIL being accredited with the following quality marks: Saudi Quality Mark (Saudi Standards, Metrology, and Quality Organization), EQM (Emirates Quality Mark, from The Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology [EASM]), and JQM (Jordanian Quality Mark, from the Jordan Standards and Metrology Organization [JSMO]), UNICOIL met the conformity requirements of the Kuwaiti General Committee for Standardization and received the Kuwaiti Quality Mark (KSS) from Kuwait Ministry of Commerce & Industry for its products of Galvanized Steel Coils.

The UNICOIL quality system achieves excellence by adopting a continual improvement approach. In recognition of its efforts, UNICOIL achieved ISO 9001 certification in 2003 and has maintained a clean record through all of its operations. UNICOIL is highly customer-focused and is aware of the needs of its customers in terms of quality, problems, and aspirations. UNICOIL includes a team of highly qualified people with international exposure who can respond quickly to customers making contact and provide outstanding customer service.

The UNICOIL laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art test equipment for assuring conformance with all statutory and customer requirements. The Research and Development wing of UNICOIL is continually developing new products and also assists UNICOIL customers in investigating failures. UNICOIL carries out long-term performance tests to ensure the longevity of the products it provides to its customers.

 

Quality Marks


 

 

ISO Quality Certificate (ISO 9001:2008)

March 2006

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, nongovernmental membership organization and the world's largest developer of voluntary international standards. ISO is made up of 162 member countries, who constitute the national standards bodies around the world, with a central secretariat based in Geneva, Switzerland

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Saudi Quality Mark

February 2014

The Saudi Arabian Standards Organization, set up in 1972 (1392 AH), has responsibility for determining and enforcing approved standards of services, facilities, utilities, and products within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Emirates Quality Mark

May 2014

The ESMA was established as the sole standardization body in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) under Law No. 28/2001. The board of directors chaired by H.E. Dr. Rashid Ahmed Bin Fahad, the Minister of Environment and Water in the UAE, comprises representatives of the main parties involved in standardization in the UAE. The board is responsible for laying down policies and adopting all of the procedures necessary to ensure the efficient performance of assignments

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Jordan Quality Mark

April 2015

The JSMO was established as a public organization with financial and administrative autonomy in accordance with the Standards and Metrology Law No. 15 for 1994, amended in accordance with Law No. 22 for 2000. Prior to that, the organization had been one of the directorates in the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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Environmental Management System Standards (ISO14001)

January 2015

ISO 14001 was developed to provide a management system to help organizations reduce their environmental impact. The standard provides the framework for organizations to demonstrate their commitment to the environment...

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Occupational Health & Safety Management System Standards (OHSAS 18001)

January 2015

The OHSAS 18001 standard (which is also mistakenly referred to as ISO 18001) is internationally accepted as a method of assessing and auditing occupational health and safety management systems. This standard was developed by leading trade and international standards...

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Kuwaiti Quality Mark

December 2015

The industry is considered one of the most important national income sources and is considered as well the backbone of the economy in the State. The industry in Kuwait is closely and effectively linked with different and various economic activities, especially oil industry and the petroleum derivatives.

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Metallurgical Testing and Calibration (ISO 17025)

April 2016

After the international recognition and signing of the Mutual Recognition Agreement MRA with ILAC and signing of the Multilateral Recognition Arrangement MLA with IAF; Dubai Accreditation Center "DAC" is providing the accreditation service in 13 countries These countries are: United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Italy, Malaysia, India, Egypt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Yemen, Turkey and Jordan.

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