Inspection during production improves your control over production, allows for timely correction of defects and improvements in quality, and this is achieved through three stages
1- Inspection During Production
Control and recommendations for production processes and capacity; Inspection made when 20 % to 60% of your production is completed. The inspector checks workmanship quality, raw materials, product appearance, weight & size measurements, components & accessories, functioning & functionality, labelling& logos, packaging and other special requirements depending on the product specifications and the export market.
The unfinished products and the compliance with the initial planning of production are also verified.
This inspection, the most important, guarantees the conformity of production to your specifications and international standards. The pre-shipment inspection takes place when 100% of the production is finished and at least 80% of the products packed in export cartons. The inspector checks on site the completed products, the packaging and the packing by sampling according to your requirements.
3-Container Loading Inspection
Guarantee the finished and packed goods meet your specifications (product type and quantity) and are securely loaded for shipment in their entirety.