Customs team visits Motabaqah Lab



Published — Tuesday 25 December 2012

Last update 24 December 2012 11:43 pm

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A high-level delegation from the Saudi Customs visited the Riyadh Complex Laboratories of Motabaqah in Riyadh’s second industrial area. The delegation members were Sulaiman Al-Tuwaijri, director general of King Khaled International Airport's Customs, Abdulmohsin Al-Shinaifi, director of documentation department, Abdulkarim Al-Wilae advisor of the assistant director general for customs' affairs and Abdullah Al-Aud, director general of Riyadh dry port's customs, in the presence of Professor Saleh Al-Sedrani, EVP of Motabaqah escorted by managers from the head office and laboratory managers from different regions and sectors.
The visit came under the umbrella of the strategic partnership between Saudi Customs and Motabaqah’s Saudi Specialized Laboratories to protect consumers and markets from products that do not conform with the Saudi and international standards and fake/forged commodities.
Professor Al-Sedrani and his executive team headed and guided the delegation to a tour to its various laboratories as the vehicles' spare parts testing lab, textiles testing lab, building materials lab, calibration and measurements lab, electrical products testing lab and the vehicles testing lab, to preview and showcase the mechanism these laboratories pursue in testing samples in accordance with Saudi and international standards, in a manner that makes the test results and conformity certificates authentic and dependable.
Professor Al-Sedrani expressed his pleasure and gratitude for the significant visit by Saudi Customs officials to Motabaqah’s laboratories in the context of boosting the means of activating the specialized laboratories and converge them with the Customs matrix through the one stop e-system.

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