Factory quality control laboratories conduct a comprehensive study of fuel for compliance with GOST and the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union. In case of compliance, a quality certificate is issued for each batch.
Oil products are sent by rail to the tank farms from the refinery. Each tank is sealed with disposable seals and is under carrier security. The arrived fuel must be checked in certified laboratories of bulk plants before being unloaded into storage tanks.
Fuel is delivered from tank farms to filling stations by road. In order to ensure the safety of the quality and quantity of the product at the exit from the bulk plant, each compartment of the tanker is sealed with a one-time numbered seal. All Aurika fuel trucks are equipped with GPS trackers, which provide remote monitoring of fuel transportation along the entire route.
Upon arrival at the filling station, the fuel passes the acceptance check. Before being unloaded from the fuel tanker into the underground tank of the filling station, the fuel is checked for the absence of mechanical impurities and water. Control of these parameters eliminates the risk of foreign liquids getting into the oil product and their mixing.
Each Aurica filling station undergoes a monthly sudden check of the fuel-dispensing units filling level and the fuel quality with using mobile laboratories. If any deviation of the parameters from the standard is detected, the implementation will be immediately stopped.