By Sunny A Ijomah
The Standards Organization of Nigeria has issued re-certification to Dozzy Oil and Gas Limited and the Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme, .
The presentation was made at the Anambra State office of the Standards Organization of Nigeria in Awka.
Our correspondent was there and reports that the Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme, certification, is awarded to companies that have passed the standardization tests on quality production in conformity with the production guidelines issued solely by the Standards Organization of Nigeria.
Dozzy Oil and Gas Limited was first issued the certificate a long time ago.
The current presentation is a renewal of the certification after the compulsory three year expiration term.
With the re-certification, the production firm has once again been duly cleared and accredited as a genuine and trusted manufacturer.
Making the presentation, the Director-General of the Standards Organization of Nigeria, Mallam Farouk Salim, represented by the Anambra State Co-ordinator, Mr. Sunday Omoniyi, said that the product certification is the process of confirming that the products have passed performance tests and quality assurance tests as well as meet qualification criteria stipulated in contracts, regulations and specifications.
Mr. Omoniyi noted that Dozzy Group is the organization’s most formidable partner in eastern Nigeria, especially in Onitsha for over thirty years and has been leading in quality assurance.
He called on them to always display their Mandatory Conformity Assessment Programme certification and the product registration marks on their products.
Receiving the certificate, the General Manager of Dozzy Oil and Gas Limited, Mr. Amechi Ifedinezi, said that the certificate to Dozzy Lubricants is a product of hard work, consistency and innovation, noting that Dozzy Lubricants is a household name and a brand to reckon with.
He assured that they will never compromise on standards and disclosed that they are aiming to launch their products in the International Market, and appealed to the relevant authorities to address the issue of adulteration of products by unknown companies.
The event featured inspection of Dozzy products and those of other companies present.