WHAT IS PRE-SHIPMENT INSPECTION?
A pre-shipment inspection is a systematic inspection, a step taken by trade operators to inspect freshly manufactured products and check them before they are shipped for export or import.
The main reasons for performing a pre-shipment inspection are as follows.
Officially, the Pre-shipment inspections were first established as an agreement for improving the international trade standards under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
The guiding principles for a pre-shipment investigation that were included in the “Agreement on Pre-Shipment Inspection” are as below:
WHY GET A PRE-SHIPMENT INSPECTION DONE?
The modern-day market, along with good opportunities also comes with real risks. Especially when the supplier you are dealing with is overseas, it is very important to ensure that the claimed specifications are indeed there. So you can reduce the risk of improperly filled orders by taking the necessary steps.
PRE-SHIPMENT INSPECTION WITH CDG EXPERTISE
CDG’s highly trained product inspectors will use the internationally recognized statistical sampling procedure ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 (ISO 2859-1) to select product lots for pre-shipment inspection and check them against your quality requirements or the standards of your destination market. This complete inspection covers such criteria as product durability, functionality, performance, overall appearance, and dimensions. CDG performs pre-shipment inspection when the production is at least 80% complete. This is the last chance you have to take corrective measures before the product is shipped.
Our product inspectors receive regular training in various relevant fields of specialization. Combined effect due to many mutable checklists and their expertise for all kinds of products, ensures reliable and dynamic quality check that helps you secure your supply chain.
HOW TO GET A CDG PRE-SHIPMENT INSPECTION DONE?