GSP is a Company which provides a wide range of services all over the world, continuously improve the quality of services and has well-settled methods of operation on the world market. The Mother Company was formed in 1992 in Italy, city of Venice.
In 2004 in Ukraine, city of Odessa was found Ukrainian office of the company that performs cargo and marine survey services in ports of Ukraine, all Europe, including CIS Countries, The Far East and we are about to launching our activity in the Middle East Countries and Africa.
With our experienced and highly qualified personnel, the company effectively works with all incoming tasks, find an individual approach to each mission and effective solutions.
GSP has its own Agri laboratory – G-lab, which allows you quickly and efficiently to produce a wide range of analysis: from the simplest to the most complex physical and chemical researches of various kinds of agricultural and food products.
Today G-Lab can test nearly one hundred kinds of products using a variety of methods of analysis.
G-Lab is accredited by ISO 17025, ILAC, GAFTA, FOSFA
management systems (GCMS) to their Clients in order to enable customs to discharge its fiscal and control responsibilities more effectively.
- Customs processing
- Monitoring of cargo transit and display of the cargo transfer in real time
- Electronic database with on-line client access and the publication of the sewn up documents
- Scanning services of сargo for prevention an unauthorized transfer of radioactive materials:
— Acceptance tests and radiation safety certification
— Installation of equipment in ports and customs control posts
— Technical operation
— Equipment maintenance with minimum availability guarantee
— Procedures and processes workflow design
PCA is a decision designed to ensure that specific products meet
the requirements of the technical regulations and standards set
by a regulatory authority in the importing country. GSP uses qualified inspectors and certified laboratories. The quality control of the products is carried out both finished and in the process
of the production. Conformity of products is confirmed by the issuance
of a Certificate of Conformity (CoC), a document that is mandatory
for customs clearance.
HM should be developed according to the requirements of the following regulatory documents:
— Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 SR/CONF/45 (HKC)
— Regulation (EU) No. 1257/2013 of 20 November 2013
— MEPC.269(68) 2015 Guidelines for the Development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials
— EMSA Guidance on the Inventory of Hazardous Materials, 2017
The IHM must comply with the requirements of the above documents and consists of 3 parts:
— Part I: Hazardous materials contained in the ship’s structure and equipment
— Part II: Operationally generated wastes
— Part III: Stores
The IHM Part I is prepared either during the construction of the ship or while the vessel is in
the short period.
65026, Odessa, Ukraine
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