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Pre-Shipment Inspection in Bahadurgarh

Pre-Shipment Inspection in Bahadurgarh

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CIL Provides Accredited Pre-Shipment Inspection Services in Bahadurgarh, Haryana, India.7 Important Steps in a Pre Shipment Inspection Procedure, Aprofessional pre shipment inspection gives suppliers the assurance that theirproducts are ready to be sent to their destination market. This procedureincludes seven essential steps   but before delving into them, lets recap thebasics of pre shipment inspections. What is a Pre Shipment Inspection, A pre shipmentinspection is a step taken by trade operators (buyers, suppliers, agencies) to inspectnewly manufactured products before they are shipped for export or import. Thepurposes of a pre shipment inspection are to, Check the quantity and quality ofthe merchandise, Check products for any defects, Ensure products meet thesafety requirements of the destination market, Issue report for import andbilling. Pre shipment inspections were officially introduced in 1994 as anagreement to improve international trade standards under the General Agreementon Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which was later replaced by the World TradeOrganisation (WTO). A number of obligations were included in the Agreement onPre Shipment Inspection, stating that pre shipment investigations should beapplied according to the following principles, Non discrimination, Transparency,Protection of confidential business information, Avoidance of delays, Priceverification based on the price of identical or similar goods in the country ofexportation, in which the exporter has the opportunity to explain the pricecharged. Inspection agencies establish appeals procedures, the findings ofwhich are made available to other exporters. Accredited inspection agenciesperform pre shipment inspections when production is at least 80 percentcomplete. This is your final opportunity to take corrective action before yourproduction is shipped, making it an effective tool to safeguard your productagainst costly import risks. The pre shipment inspection typically covers,functionality, performance, durability, overall appearance, and dimensions. Followinga successful pre shipment inspection, the agency issues an inspection reportdocument which accompanies the consignment to its destination.7 Important Stepsin a Pre Shipment Inspection Procedure. Step 1. Inspection Visit, Pre shipmentinspections are carried out on site at the factory or production house. If theinspectors suspect that the products could contain restricted chemicals, theymay advise further off site lab testing of those products.Step 2. QuantityVerification, The inspectors count the shipping cartons to verify the correctquantity. In addition, this step ensures that the correct number of productsand boxes will be sent to the correct destination; therefore, the pre shipmentinspection can be agreed upon between a buyer, a supplier, and a bank toinitiate payment for a letter of credit. The packaging is also checked toverify that the correct packing materials are being used to ensure safetransportation, and that correct packaging labels are applied. Step 3. RandomSelection, Professional pre shipment inspection services use theinternationally recognized statistical sampling procedure ANSI ASQC Z1.4 (ISO2859 1).The acceptable number of defects in a batch before its rejected isdefined with an Acceptance Quality Limit (AQL). The AQL varies depending on thetype of product being evaluated, but the objective is to provide a balanced,unbiased view. Step 4. Cosmetic and Workmanship Check, The first thing aninspector looks at from the random selection is the overall workmanship of thefinished products, to check for any immediately visible defects. Defects aretypically classified as minor, major, or critical based on predeterminedacceptable tolerance levels, which are usually agreed upon between themanufacturer and supplier during product development. Step 5. ConformityVerification, Quality control inspectors check product dimensions, material andconstruction, weight, colour, marking, and labelling. If the pre shipmentinspection is for garments, the inspector checks whether correct sizes havebeen assigned to the shipment and that the sizes correspond with productiondimensions and the labels.For other products, dimensions may be much moreimportant, so this is when the dimensions of the finished product can bemeasured and compared with your original specifications.Step 6. Function andSafety Test, Function Testing for Garments, For garment, apparel and footwearinspections, the inspectors perform physical tests on the products to determinethe strength of buttons, zippers, and other accessories with pull tests,fatigue tests, and stretch tests. Fabric density and composition testsdetermine the density or thickness of fabrics used in garment production.Special tools are used to measure fabric density. The quality control inspectorscan also physically count the number of stitches per inch. A fabric thats toothin or not dense enough could mean your manufacturer has used an inferiorfabric or textile that wont stand up to normal wearing and washing.

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