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Complex supply chains must be handled in such a way that risks are minimized, costs and delays are reduced, safety and quality are improved, and compliance with local and international standards is ensured. Quality vendor inspection services are required because of all of these factors.
CDG Inspection Ltd in Gurgaon, Haryana, offers a comprehensive solution that addresses all aspects of supply chain operations. Our global network of knowledgeable experts is perfectly placed to serve the world's largest industrial suppliers.
Vendor Inspection Services
1. Early Cost Estimate
The estimated cost of an inspection will be provided before the source or vendor inspection commences, based on the purchase order, equipment specifications, and fabrication schedule.
2. Order Review
Specifications are reviewed and if required any clarifications are made with the Client. The extent of inspection required is established, e.g. final, partial or complete. Cost savings can be considered by the determination of what should and should not be inspected. In some cases, no inspection may be recommended; in others, past experience with the vendor or commodity may indicate a need to vary standard inspection procedures.
3. Assignment / Cost Estimate
When an assignment order is received, individual inspectors with appropriate technical capability and experience are identified and the estimated overall costs are established.
4. Vendor Engagement
Pre-inspection Meetings, Before work begins, it is important for all parties to have a clear understanding that the vendor is responsible for quality control and to describe the role that the CDG Inspector will play, and what specifications & procedures will be followed. This may vary from a telephone discussion to a pre-inspection meeting attended by representatives from the Client, CDG, the engineering contractor, and other involved parties.
Source Inspection Visits, Inspection is carried out during visits to the vendor’s premises to monitor QC activities, witness specified tests, etc. Visits will be arranged so as not to interfere with production schedules.
5. Cost Control
A very important element of the process is cost control. CDG will ensure that the magnitude of the inspection effort and the cost are consistent with the order requirements and the cost estimate. Periodic status reports on inspection costs can be provided to the Client if requested.
6. Release Notice / Rejection Notices
Each inspection visit will usually result in either a Release Notice – indicating satisfaction so far or a Rejection Notice – indicating dissatisfaction. On progressive inspections a Release Notice releases everything fabricated up to that stage. After the final inspection, the order is released.
7. Final Report
Following shipment of the items involved, a report detailing the inspection and giving results of any specified tests or quality variations is issued. Copies of test data will be attached.
8. Inspection Reporting
At the Client’s request, CDG will provide order inspection reporting in addition to inspection. An inspection report summarizes the actual status of engineering and drawings, material availability, fabrication, and the current promised completion date.
9. Inspection Invoice Verification and Payment
CDG invoices are verified with respect to hours charged and level of expenses. The Client will receive an invoice once a month which considerably simplifies the process. Invoicing details can be adjusted to meet the Client’s needs.
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