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New SKZ Inspector active for the Middle East / North Africa region


Khaisar Syed, Technical Manager at the Abu Dhabi location of the SKZ Plastics Laboratories Middle East LLC, has successfully completed his qualification as an SKZ Inspector for pipe systems.

Syed was qualified as an inspector in accordance with the SKZ's internal requirements and can now officially be employed at the SKZ's accredited inspection site as an inspector for the external monitoring of pipe systems.

His first independent inspection trip took him to the pipe and fittings manufacturer Bahrain Pipes BSC in Salmabad, Bahrain.  As part of the audit, Syed was able to present the customer with a certificate for 10 years of successful collaboration with the SKZ.

"We are very pleased that Mr. Syed has successfully completed his further training and is now available to the SKZ as an inspector for the Middle East / North Africa region," emphasized Dr. Jürgen Wüst, deputy managing director of the testing division.
"The inclusion of neutral and independent bodies in the quality assurance sector for plastic products is becoming increasingly important worldwide. The SKZ as an accredited testing laboratory, inspection body and certification body takes the tasks of quality assurance and external monitoring very seriously in the interest of end users, and accounts for this development by training expert inspectors, ”continued Wüst.

Khaisar Syed has been working as an engineer for the SKZ in Abu Dhabi since 2014 and received a Master of Business Administration degree in 2018.  He also successfully completed his training as a certified welder and certified welding supervisor for PE pipes in accordance with DVGW worksheets GW 330 and GW 331.

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Khaisar Syed (left, in a black suit) presents the company Bahrain Pipes BSC with the certificate for 10 years of cooperation with the SKZ.