Our workflow, showing the inspections and audits done at each stage of the purchasing process for buyers and traders:

Shipment Preparation Inspections for Buyers and Traders with INSPECCOSupplier Selection AuditsExtensive Quality AuditSimple Quality AuditSocial AuditEnvironmental AuditPre-Production InspectionPre-Production InspectionProduction InspectionsProduction MonitoringFirst Article InspectionDuring Production InspectionDefect InspectionShipment Preparation InspectionsPacking InspectionPre-Shipment InspectionDefect InspectionLoading InspectionLetter of Credit InspectionProduct Arrival InspectionsUnloading InspectionLetter of Credit InspectionInstallation and Assembly Inspection

We offer five types of inspections during the shipment preparation phase of purchasing, to help you ensure the quality standards for your products are met before they are shipped:

  • Packing Inspection (PI): This inspection is performed while your product is packed into boxes prior to shipment. It ensures that quality is maintained and no damage is done to your products while they are packed.
  • Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI): This inspection is done right before or after loading, in order to check/ensure the quality of your products right before shipment.
  • Defect Inspection (DI): This inspection is done as an optional addition to the PSI. It involves checking for defected products before shipment.
  • Loading Inspection (LI): This inspection is done during the loading process, to ensure that your products are loaded into their shipping container properly without being damaged.
  • Letter of Credit Inspection (LCI): This inspection is done as an optional addition to the LI. It involves checking for the Letter of Credit documentation required for the trade transaction to take place.