RHODES, Greece--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Intertek, a leading provider of quality and safety services to a wide range of industries around the world, will present and exhibit important fuel stability testing, inspection and certification services during the 2013 International Association for Stability, Handling and Use of Liquid Fuels (IASH) conference in Rhodes, Greece, October 7 -10.
Intertek supports the international fuel and biofuel industry with specialized technical services for diesel, gasoline, jet fuel, marine fuels , biodiesel, bio-ethanol, bio-kerosene, in-process analysis, contamination consultancy, additive services, cargo testing and inspection, and other key services to help ensure fuel quality remains safe for use.
Kurt Tyssen, analytical services business line manager for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, will speak to the conference during the renewable fuels session, discussing quality assurance challenges when biofuels are introduced into the transportation sector fuel supply-chain.
Intertek personnel attending IASH are experts in fuel quality and will be attending Intertek’s exhibition booth, ready to discuss attendee questions and concerns.
Stuart Roberts, Senior Vice President for Intertek’s analytical services business, said “Intertek is a long-time supporter of IASH and the important work this organization does to help ensure fuel safety and quality. Intertek provides key testing and inspection services for fuel & biofuels traders, producers, and operators. We reduce risk, improve fuel quality, and help ensure safety. We help our clients enjoy commercial success in a competitive and demanding environment.”
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Intertek (ITRK.L) is a leading provider of quality and safety solutions serving a wide range of industries around the world, including bunker fuel testing and inspection. Intertek people add value and sustainability to customers' products and processes, supporting their success in the global marketplace. Intertek supports customers through its network of more than 1,000 laboratories and offices and over 36,000 people in more than 100 countries.