The Sadara project is a world scale chemical project being constructed in Jubail Industrial City, in Saudi Arabia. The complex, which consists of 26 chemical manufacturing units and is one of the largest of its kind in the world, will produce chemicals that are used in the manufacturing of consumer goods, energy, transportation, electronics and furniture industries.
Sadara is the first chemical complex to crack naphtha in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council. This advance opens the door to new specialty chemical plants and businesses in the Kingdom and take the Saudi chemical industry far beyond its existing commodity products. Cracking naphtha will make it possible to reduce new intermediate products, which in turn will open up a whole new range of additional downstream opportunities.
Applus+ Velosi Saudi Arabia staff, Sivaprakash Munuswamy, Unit Quality Lead and Peter Ganecis, Sr. Civil inspector have both received the Sadara recognition award for exceptional contributions in the project.
The Certificate of Appreciation is an honorary award within the Sadara Program Quality department which:
- Enhances the reputation of the inspectors by promoting best practices in our field
- Recognizes and celebrates the contributions of inspection professionals in advancing the profession
- Award reserved for valid inspectors who have made truly exemplary contributions
The Certificate of Appreciation is considered a prestigious honorary award that will be presented to members who have made outstanding contributions in at least five of eight key areas:
- Quantity of output relative to goals
- Team work: relationship with client, superiors, colleagues
- Punctuality and regularity
- Devotion and commitment
- Reliability and trust worthiness
- Ability to plan, organize and supervise work
- Job knowledge, competence