Ing. Wael Salah (right), presenting one of the certificates to Michael Bozumbil, CEO of PETROSOL, who is being supported by some of his team members: Joseph Yaribil, Head of Compliance & Supply Chain, Isaac Debezor, the Retail Audit Manager and Oko Kwei Odai, the Head of Projects & Maintenance.

Global Business Bureau Certification (Partner Global TUV), a leading ISO certification firm, has re-affirmed PETROSOL’s standards to be in compliance with the triple International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification the company was issued with in 2021 for quality management, occupational health and safety management; and environmental management.

Consequently, the leading indigenous Oil Marketing Company (OMC) has been successfully re-certified for ISO 9001: 2015–Quality Management System; ISO 14001:2015–Environmental Management System and ISO 45001: 2018–Occupational Health & Safety Management System. 

This decision was arrived at after international auditors subjected the company’s processes and procedures to recertification audit and came to the conclusion that the company continues to have internationally accepted systems and processes for procuring, storing, distributing and marketing their fuel and lubricants that enable them serve their customers quality fuel and lubricants in an environmentally safe and sustainable manner.

Presenting the certificates to PETROSOL, Ing. Wael Salah, one of the international auditors who is also the Technical Director of the firm, commended the leadership of PETROSOL for their continuous commitment to operating in line with best international practices and urged them to continue on that path.

Receiving the certificates on behalf of PETROSOL, the Chief Executive Officer, Michael Bozumbil, expressed his delight at the recertification and commended his team of young Ghanaian professionals as well as their supportive dealers for their incredible dedication to excellence. He said, as a company, they believe in continuous improvement and would thus not rest on their oars but will continue to improve to serve their customers better.

According to Mr. Bozumbil, the re-certification is an external validation of the company’s relentless efforts over the years at ensuring that its operations are anchored on best practices and processes that enable the company consistently deliver quality petroleum products to consumers. He therefore assured the public to always drive into PETROSOL stations across the country with the full assurance of buying premium fuel and lubricants meeting the needs of new technology vehicles.

Mr. Bozumbil further indicated that these certifications demonstrate PETROSOL’s high commitment to conducting its operations in a manner that prioritizes the safety of its customers, staff and the general public as well as protects the environment. He also added that it underscores the commitment of the leadership of the company to conduct the company’s business in an ethical manner through payment of the appropriate taxes to the state.

He said, notwithstanding the current economic challenges which have led to high cost of operations, he and his team will continue with their commitment to investing in quality and standards because the consumer deserves nothing but the best.

Mr. Bozumbil commended their regulators, especially the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), for their continuous support.

PETROSOL Ghana Ltd currently operates over 100 fuel stations across the country, in partnership with its retailers, and also supplies bulk corporate consumers of petroleum products. It was adjudged the Brand of the Year 2023 at the Ghana Energy Awards and also received the National Quality Award (Diamond) 2023 at the Ghana Quality Awards, organized by the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) and the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA). 

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