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Over 25 Years of Business Excellence

IN‐CORR‐TECH LIMITED (In-Corr-Tech), a leader in inspection, metallurgy, engineering design and quality control services, was founded by local entrepreneur, Mr. Zaid Khan. The company has been under his leadership as President since its inception in 1990.

In-Corr-Tech provides clients with prompt and professional Inspection and Engineering Services and is equipped with an extensive selection of qualified personnel, inspection tools and technology, to meet the advanced and demanding requirements of our onshore and offshore clients.

Today, In-Corr-Tech has become the preferred third party inspection service company in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean, having a reputation second to none. In-Corr-Tech earned its track record through diligence, technical capability, competence, training and adoption of International Standards and Best Practice methodologies.

With close to one hundred (100) employees, the company has the largest contingent of experienced Inspection Engineers, ASNT, ASQ, AWS, and API & NACE Certified Inspectors amongst all the local inspection companies.


In- Corr-Tech was the first local company to train and employ an HSB Global Standards ASME Authorized Inspector Mr. Riza Khan, whose responsibilities include new Construction Certification for Boilers & Pressure Vessels per ASME I and VIII, as well as their repairs to the NBIC. Mr. Khan also performs audits for fabrication workshops seeking to become ASME Certificate holders.

Along with Vice Presidents: Saira Harricharan, Riza Khan, Riyad Khan and dedicated workers, Mr. Zaid Khan has developed a thriving and profitable company.

The company is STOW-TT certified and demonstrates its commitment to the Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Quality, by conducting its services in a manner that protects the general welfare of all employees and stakeholders; minimizing the impact of its operation on the  environment as well as ensuring the satisfaction of their clients, through Quality Management Systems.

In-Corr-Tech recently acquired new Eddy Current Testing equipment and another Magnetic Tank Crawler capable of performing ultrasonic thickness measurements on vertical storage tanks. Infrared Thermography has also been introduced to the list of NDT Inspection Techniques. In-Corr-Tech has expanded their technical capabilities to include Finite Element Analysis (F.E.A), which allows for highly accurate computer modelling of various strength/stress scenarios for steel bodies. FEA enables the virtual simulation of various test scenarios, such as a drop test for offshore CCU (cargo carrying unit) certification.


In-Corr-Tech has forayed successfully under the leadership of Mr. Riyad Khan and ably assisted by Mrs. Saira Harricharan, in providing Control of Temporary Equipment Inspection & QA/QC Support Services for clients; ensuring that vendor supplied equipment is fit for purpose prior to client delivery.


In-Corr-Tech also offers technical training and certification in the use of rigging equipment, the operation of heavy machinery, and equipment calibration. Statutory Inspection of hoists, elevators, cranes, lifting equipment and appliances, boilers and pressure vessels are conducted by government licensed inspectors. In collaboration with the American Society of Metals (ASM), In-Corr-Tech hosted an ASM International certified training session on the Practical Interpretation of Microstructures during 19-22 of January, 2015, at In-Corr-Tech’s training & laboratory facilities.


In-house training of staff is a staple at In-CorrTech with regular training programs ranging from inspection techniques to computer training taking place year round.  The Company’s affiliation with inspection and engineering associations, organizations and consultants in NDT, Metallurgy, Construction and Design assists it in leveraging competitive forces to provide a clear advantage. This ensures that a high quality service is provided in a timely and efficient manner and value is transferred to In-Corr-Tech’s respected clients

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