Specialty fluids management company, Eunisell limited has again been recognized for its standards and compliance with international best practice with an international certification for anti-bribery compliance by TRACE International, retaining its status as one of the few companies in Nigeria to be recognized among its international counterparts and partners in this regard.
TRACE, an international anti-bribery compliance solutions body in a clearance certificate signed by its president, Alexandra Wrage, revealed that Eunisell had completed a comprehensive background review and was certified to have complied with all standards and measures world-wide, in accordance with international best practices.
While commenting on this development, the Chief Executive Officer, Eunisell Chemicals, Mr Ken Amadi noted that the company had not failed in any way to meet and comply with international standards and best practices since it began operations in fluid solutions for the oil and gas and manufacturing industry almost 2 decades ago. “We are not new to business in Nigeria and other parts of the world, although there are peculiarities in each market, our standards and policies are never compromised.” he said, adding that Eunisell had been certified for 5 years consecutively since 2011.
Founded in 2001, TRACE International seeks to achieve economies of scale and set a common standard for two shared elements of anti-bribery compliance programs, due diligence reviews of commercial intermediaries and anti-bribery training for the global supply chain. Since its inception, the organisation has been working with companies to raise anti-bribery compliance worldwide to improve the standards of transacting businesses and ensure that companies are awarded jobs based on their competitive advantage and competence.