Cross Keys Implements Quality Control for Russian Bunker Supply Chain

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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Cross Keys Group, a business consulting firm dedicated to providing services and solutions across the maritime and energy sectors announced the implementation of Quality Management System for the Bunker Supply Chain in Nayada and Nakhodka Port Bunker, Russia. The implementation of quality standard is a vision of RN-Bunker, a marine fuel arm of Russian state owned oil giant Rosneft, to further strengthen their commitment towards offering consistent quality products and services to ship owners and operators in the region.

Cross Keys Group acted as an advisory partner to introduce Quality Management System for the Bunker Supply Chain in 2012 that was broadly based on the best practices as set in Singapore’s SS 524 to ensure that Rosneft’s Quality Management System is accurately drafted, documented, managed and implemented across the supply chain network.
 

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