19 June 2019  -  

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Cargo Quality 360°

In line with its long-standing focus on quality control and environmental protection, the Saras Group has taken part in the second edition of the international seminar Cargo Quality 360° – Technical, Legal & Commercial, organised by shipping agency JP Shipping in partnership with the University of Cagliari and Inspectorate Italy, a quality control and process certification company.

During the seminar, the leading companies in the commodities trading sector discussed the themes of quality and the management of the transport of petroleum products by sea.

The meeting, held in Pula (Cagliari) in early June, was an important training and professional development opportunity for all participants.

Introduced by Professor Massimo Deiana, president of the Port Authority of Sardinia, the representatives of the leading oil traders came together to discuss quality, safety and the environment.

Professor Filippo Lorenzon (Maritime and Commercial Law at the University of Southampton) covered the topic of quality and quantity determination in oil product transport.

Tomaso Migliaccio, CEO of Inspectorate Italy and Peter Harkin, cargo superintendent of the General Maritime Corporation also delivered presentations.

Besides bringing together representatives of leading petroleum marketing and transportation companies, including Saras Trading the meeting was attended by representatives of the institutions, local authorities, the Maritime Authority and the Port Authority.

Seminar participants were able to visit the marine terminal of the Sarlux refinery, one of the largest and most technologically advanced in the Mediterranean, and the laboratories of Sartec. Sarlux managers discussed safety, quality and regulatory aspects.

JP shipping Sarlux Saras locandina

The Saras Group is one of the main European oil refining operators, and is also active in the electricity generation sector. Directly and through its subsidiaries, the Group sells and distributes petroleum products on national and international markets. In addition, the Group produces and sells electricity through its subsidiaries Sarlux Srl (IGCC plant) and Sardeolica Srl (wind farm). The Group also supplies industrial engineering and research services to the oil, energy and environmental sectors through its subsidiary Sartec Srl.

19 June 2019  -  

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