Pre-Shipment Inspection

Since 2008

When 70% of your order is complete, an inspector visits the factory and uses industry standard processes to comprehensively review and test your product, ensuring it meets agreed upon specifications.

Why You Need a Pre-Shipment Inspection: Don't take any risks with your order. Ensure the product you pay for meets your specifications before you settle final payment.

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What is a Pre-Shipment Inspection?

A Pre-Shipment Inspection is a systematic inspection of units selected at random from all batches of your order, conducted when your production is at least 70% complete. This is your final opportunity to take corrective action before your production is finished and packed; making it an effective tool to safeguard your product against costly import risks

For all inspections, We uses the standard internationally recognized HACCP and GMP statistical sampling procedure. These comprehensive criteria cover: functionality, performance, durability, overall appearance, and dimension.

Quality Standard >>

We use the internationally recognized Acceptable Quality Level  standard for all product inspections. For each inspection, this allows the client to set their acceptable quality tolerance levels.

Representing your interests in the factory, we inspect as per your specifications and/or sample(s) provided. We provide you a detailed report with photos, enabling you to make an informed decision to accept or reject the production.

Content of this inspection almost:

- Packaging

- Size of products

- Temperature of products

- Glazing

- Status of products before and after defrosting.

- Loading container (temperature of container, control number of cartons)

- Other item according customer’s requirements

Acceptable Quality Level (AQL)

The Acceptable Quality Level, commonly referred to as AQL, is a method widely used to measure a production order sample to find whether or not the entire product order has met the client's specifications. The customer then has the data to make an informed decision to accept or reject the lot.