Why Get a Product Inspection?
Being a key element of quality control, Product Inspections allow you to verify product quality on site at different stages of the production process and prior to its dispatch. Inspecting your product before it leaves the manufacturer's premises is an effective way of preventing quality problems and supply chain disruptions further down the line.
- Ensure product quality at every production stage
- Verify quality at the source and don't pay for defective goods
- Avoid recalls and reputational damage
- Anticipate production and shipment delays
- Optimize your quality control budget
onsite Inspection there is is the constant risk of defective goods and inferior quality output from suppliers or agents, product inspection provides with a clear overview of the entire production quality based on client specifications. Protect each production stage by AQL Standard (international standard ANSI/ASQ Z1.4-2003) to reduce risk.
Inspecting product before shipment leaves the manufacturer's premises is an effective way of preventing quality problems and supply chain disruptions further down the line.
Random Pre-shipment inspection(PSI): A Pre-Shipment Inspection is a systematic inspection, it is very effective and widely adopted quality control method. This inspection is generally performed when 100% of the goods are complete, and at least 80% packed.
During Production Inspection: Inline inspection for product early stage which 20-80% production is completed and packed for shipping. If non-conformity is discovered, it allows for quick corrective action from the factory, and for retro-fitting of the production.
randomly selected units from all completed batches of production informs clients whether or not factory is continuing to follow your original specifications
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Our prompt, reliable and independent inspections make sure that your consumer goods comply with the requirements mandated by local regulations, international standards and buyer-specific quality control.