During Production Inspection

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$238 per man/day all-inclusive



  • Pricing covers inspector transportation, accommodations, overtime, weekend and holiday inspections.

  • The re-inspection fee will be at your Supplier's expense if the products didn't pass the 1st inspection.

  • You can increase the re-inspection fee with your supplier as your wish.

During Production Inspection

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What is During Production Inspection (DPI)  ?

A During Production Inspection (DPI) will identify any issues early in the manufacturing cycle, giving you the time needed to react and fix them.

 



Why You Need During Production Inspection (DPI) ?

When around 20% of production is completed, take a deep dive into your production, processes, capacity, and goods and then make critical decisions at an early stage, and avoid potentially catastrophic surprises later in the production cycle.

 



What do we check during DPI ?

  1. Quantity : Products already produced, remaining quantity , products finished date
  2. Quality : visual appearance, artworks,function, packing, workmanship, etc…


Product Expertise

Our experienced inspectors can provide quality control services on product types including, but not limited to :

Consumer Electronics 

Computer Products

Auto Electronics

Kitchen Appliance 

Audio and Video

 

Apparel & Textile products

Building Material

Telecom Products

Hardware Products

Security Products

 


 

Service Coverage Area

  • Hong Kong
  • Shanghai
  • Jiangsu Province: 

Suzhou,Zhenjiang,Wuxi,Changzhou

  • Zhejiang Province:

Ningbo,Cixi,Yuyao,Wenzhou,Yiwu,Shaoxing,Jinhua,,Lishui,Jiaxing,Huzhou,Hangzhou

  • Guangdong Province:

Shenzhen, Dongguan,Guangzhou, Foshan, Shunde, Zhongshan, Jiangmen,Shantou,Zhanjiang

Over 80% of Chinese export products are made in above cities.

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