On Monday 21st May 2018, a full delegation of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) officials led by their Head of Chemical Technology Group, Mr Agboola Afolayan and the Anambra State coordinator, Engr Nwaoma Olujie paid a visit to the factory of SeaHorse Lubrication Industries in Anambra. The event, which was witnessed by experts and journalists from reputable media organizations, included a tour of the facilities of the state of the art production facility in Ozubulu. Members of the SON delegation were shown the different stages of production to allow them see the production and standards set by the company for the production of various types of lubricants. It also provided a chance for SON to conduct their regular scheduled visits and checks of the facility to ensure it maintained production standards. All the visitors were appreciative of the production facilities, expertise and ability, as well as the safety steps taken by the company into making sure that their products were produced according to the best standards and also under the required safety standards for staff to avoid industrial accidents, a testament to the enterprising spirit of Nigerian businesses. A sample of the lubricant was taken at random from those about to be released into the market and taken to their in-house laboratory for testing. At their modern lab which compete with any laboratory in the world, a viscosity test was conducted in front of journalists by their Quality Control Manager, Amaobi Emenike and the results indicated a viscosity index of 121, which is above the SON standard of 120. The MANCAP logo and log of past tests and SON visits were also shown to members of the press Group Head Chemical Technology Group, Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON), Mr. Agboola Afolayan while announcing the results of the tests, endorsed SeaHorse lubricants, and also acknowledged it as one of the best in the country. Reacting on behalf of the consumers, Chief Eugene Nzom Ojukwu MON, CEO E. Ekeson Group of Companies Nig Ltd, also testified to the high quality of SEAHORSE lubricants, stating that this is the reason his company has stuck with SEAHORSE since they discovered the product. In his comment, the Chairman CEO SEAHORSE Lubricants Industries Limited, Dr. Ebuka Onunkwo stated that the SEAHORSE production plant was birthed by his desire to create job for the teeming unemployed populace and also his drive to key into the industrialization agenda of the government. In the same vein he highlighted the plans by SEAHORSE Lubricant Industries to maintain its high standards, which includes expansion of the 5 million metric tonnes capacity plant, and increasing the over 1,500 direct and indirect workforce of SeaHorse Lubricant Industries Limited.