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Kilburn Engineering Limited - Thane, Maharashtra, India
The Supplier Pre-Qualification (SPQ) program is an initiative by Fluor Supply Chain Solutions to identify and evaluate companies as potential suppliers to the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) industry.

Pre-qualification is performed on the basis of equipment category and individual facility, rather than for the supplier company as a whole. Should a supplier have multiple facilities, each will be evaluated individually. Likewise, should a supplier’s facility involve the manufacture of more than one type of equipment from differing categories, the evaluation process will include reviews of information relevant to all major categories.

Each facility is required to submit responses to a questionnaire, followed by a rigorous evaluation performed at the supplier’s facility as part of the verification procedure. Upon successful completion of the pre-qualification process, a facility will be designated as “Pre- Qualified” if found to meet the criteria for the category for which the evaluation was requested. Pre-qualification is valid for a period of one year, extendable through an annual re-evaluation process.

All information gathered during the pre-qualification process is housed in the SPQ database and available to Fluor Product Directors to support project bidding activity globally. This document represents the evaluation report for a single facility in a single category. The following pages contain the Field Evaluator’s notes based on the facility visit, followed by the completed questionnaire as submitted by the supplier.

Any questions regarding the content of this document should be directed to:
Deanna Lutz
Director of Operations
Fluor SCS Supplier Pre-Qualification Program
One Fluor Daniel Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478
T: +1 281.263.XXXX
F: +1 281.263.5992

KEL is ISO 9001 certified and has a written Quality Management system. Quality Manual, Department Procedures Manual and Work Instructions were reviewed at random without significant concerns being noted. The QA/QC activities are performed and documented as per Quality Manual requirements. Documents for on-going and previously executed orders were also reviewed and found in line with the Quality Management System (QMS) requirements. Manufacturing facilities, shop floor documents, NDE reports, welding processes and welding procedures, welder certificates etc. were also reviewed at random. Material traceability reviewed during shop visit, no significant concerns noted.

Procedures for material traceability, incoming material inspection, stage wise inspections, hydro testing, pneumatic testing and painting & blasting were reviewed at random. Final documentation for Thai Carbon project (KRD 119) was reviewed with Inspection Test Plan (ITP) requirements and relevant QC documents were reviewed for different stages of inspections without significant concerns being noted. KEL has in-house PT facility and remaining NDT (RT, UT & MT) was off loaded to outside agencies. However, KEL has 5 NDT qualified inspectors for overall supervision & monitoring. Procedure for handling Design Change Report (DCR) was randomly reviewed for previous & ongoing projects and observed that the system was in place to record and incorporate the changes in the revised drawings.

The facility has the capability of transporting equipment up to 100MT and size as long as 20 meters and width of 5 meters. The nearest sea port to the facility is around 70 KM (Mumbai Port on the West Coast).

KEL’s business interest with Fluor is focused on obtaining orders for critical engineering equipment having stringent Material of Construction (MOC) requirements.
Shop floor Area Electrode Storage
Machine Shop Rolling Machine
Fabrication of Offshore Equipment Equipment Packing