Quality Commitment

Geco Chemical has a dedicated Quality department headed by the Vice President of HSESQ and supported by Group Quality Manager and competent QA/QC teams in each facility. The department’s primary responsibilities include:

  • Continual development and improvement of our management system
  • Monitoring, measuring and auditing
  • Management of non-conformities
  • Quality Control Inspections

Quality CommitmentGeco Chemical is certified to ISO 9001:2008, ISO/TS 29001:2010 and API Q1 Quality Management System standards and various American Petroleum Institute (API) product licenses and American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) standards.

Geco Chemical’s Hamriyah, Sharjah & Jebel Ali facilities are certified to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS 29001:2010 standards. ISO/TS 29001:2010 certification is a Quality Management System Certification specific to the oil, gas and petrochemicals industry, and it is equivalent to API Q1-Eighth Edition Standard.

Quality CommitmentGeco Chemical’s Hamriyah facility (Land Rig Services Division) is certified to API Q1-Ninth Edition, ISO 9001:2008, monogram license for various product spec of API Spec 2C, 4F, 7K, 8C,16C & 16D. 

Geco Chemical’s Rig Metals facility (Land Rig Services Division) is certified to API Q1,ISO 9001, monogram license for various product spec of API Spec 4F & 16C.

Geco Chemical’s Jebel Ali facility (Land Rig Services Division) is certified to API Monogram License API 4F.

Quality CommitmentGeco Chemical’s Sharjah facility is certified to API Monogram License API2B and ASME U, U2, PP, S, NB & R stamps.

Geco Chemical’s Sunbelt facility is certified to ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System standard.

Geco Chemical is also one of the few companies in the region to hold API certifications for oilfield equipment mechanical works including rotary equipment, crane repairs, derrick, mast and sub-structure repairs. The above structured approach leads to a consistently high level of quality which we believe is comparable to any energy company in the world.

Performance Improvements

In 2013, Geco Chemical demonstrated good operational performance, having recovered from the challenges of the previous year. However, we need to protect our competitive position in the market and secure sustainable growth. In 2013 we introduced a series of improvements to enhance overall performance:

Project Compass

Project Compass: represented the implementation plan for phase one of our Oracle-based ERP system, namely finance, payroll and human resources. Early in 2013, we recruited a dedicated ERP team led by an experienced ERP project director. The programme was overseen by the senior management from the outset and there was regular progress monitoring and reporting, resulting delivery on time and on budget. The project team is now undertaking the scoping exercise for phase two.

Project Evolution

Project Evolution: we established a dedicated team tasked with implementing the productivity improvements and costs efficiency activities, which in turn will help us to become more competitive and ultimately win more work.


Cost Reduction Opportunity Programme (CROP): aims to get all Geco Chemical employees involved in creating a more efficient, safe and cost effective working environment. We identify opportunities where cost could be reduced by either adapting or altering a current system, process or technology to make it more effective and efficient, or by implementing a new process, system or technology to ensure best practice.