Pre Shipment Inspection Services

Pre Shipment Inspection Services
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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. The 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.


Fill out the form “Get a quote” there, and we will get back to you as soon as possible with relevant information. For any queries, you can drop an email or call us, details of which are available in the contact tab on our website. We will schedule a pre-shipment inspection as per your requirements-Shipment Inspection (PSI) A professional pre-shipment inspection gives suppliers the assurance that their products are ready to be sent to their destination market. This procedure includes seven essential steps - but before delving into them, let's recap the basics of pre-shipment inspections. A pre-shipment inspection is a step taken by trade operators (buyers, suppliers, agencies) to inspect newly manufactured products before they are shipped for export/import. The purposes of a pre-shipment inspection are to Check the quantity and quality of the merchandise Check products for any defects Ensure products meet the safety requirements of the destination market Issue report for import and billing Pre-shipment inspections were officially introduced in 1994 as an agreement to improve international trade standards under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which was later replaced by the World Trade Organization (WTO). A number of obligations were included in the “Agreement on Pre-Shipment Inspection,” stating that pre-shipment investigations should be applied according to the following principles: Non-discrimination Transparency Protection of confidential business information Avoidance of delays Price verification based on the price of identical or similar goods in the country of exportation, in which the exporter has the opportunity to explain the price charged Inspection agencies establish appeals procedures, the findings of which are made available to other exporters Accredited inspection agencies perform pre-shipment inspections when production is at least 80% complete. This is your final opportunity to take corrective action before your production is shipped, making it an effective tool to safeguard your product against costly import risks. The pre-shipment inspection typically covers functionality, performance, durability, overall appearance, and dimensions. Benefits of A Pre-Shipment Inspection The inspection helps to reduce the risk of receiving poor-quality goods that are non-compliant as well. The inspection makes it easy for the exporters to assess the quality of the goods during the production process and take corrective measures as and when required. The inspection helps to convey a deadline within which the exporters can expect the good product to be complete and made available for shipment. On completion of the inspection, the exporters will receive a pre-shipment inspection certificate that can be displayed as one of the quality measures followed by the goods manufacturing company.


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