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Product Inspection Service

1. 1 Initial Production Inspection (IPI)

5%-10% finished


Inspection plays a critical role in ensuring the quality and safety of products. By inspecting semi-finished products, raw materials, fittings, and production lines, companies can identify potential quality issues before they become major problems. This helps to reduce the risk of producing large quantities of unqualified products, which can have serious consequences for a business.

In addition, inspections can help companies to ensure that their suppliers are adhering to product requirements and specifications. This is especially important in industries where quality is paramount, such as food, pharmaceuticals, and electronics. By working closely with suppliers and conducting regular inspections, companies can ensure that their products meet the highest standards of quality and safety.

Overall, inspection is a critical component of any quality management system. By investing in inspection services, companies can reduce the risk of quality issues, improve customer satisfaction, and protect their reputation. Whether you are a manufacturer, retailer, or importer, inspection should be an integral part of your quality assurance strategy.

1. 2 During Production Inspection (DPI)

30%-50% finished

 In addition to ensuring product consistency and timely delivery, inspection during mass production can also help identify potential issues before they become major problems. By catching quality issues early on, corrective actions can be taken to improve the production process and prevent the production of large quantities of non-conforming products. This can ultimately save time and money for both the supplier and the customer, as well as improve the overall quality of the product. Furthermore, inspection during mass production can help build a stronger relationship between the customer and the supplier by demonstrating a commitment to quality and ensuring that both parties are satisfied with the final product.


1. 3 Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI)

Production 100% finished, 80% packaging finished

Final inspection is a crucial step in ensuring that the product meets all the required specifications and standards before shipment. The inspection is conducted on the fully completed production, at least 80% of packaging finished. During the inspection, the product is checked for compliance with various aspects such as labeling and markings, functionality, safety, and regulatory requirements.


The outcome of the final inspection determines whether the product can be accepted, rejected, or placed on hold. The inspection report provides valuable information to help you fully understand the quality of the whole batch of products before shipment, allowing you to make informed decisions about the products. By conducting a final inspection, you can minimize the risk of shipping non-compliant or defective products, which can save you time, money, and potential reputational damage.