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What is An Initial-Production Check?

Initial-Production Check?

Initial-Production Check is a verification of raw materials and accessories carried out just before the start of production to help minmizing the risk of using inferior raw materials.

The IPC is an inspection carried out in the factory premises before the production of your product begins and which ends once 20% of the production volume has been completed. Being a preliminary inspection of all machinery and materials that will be used in the manufacture of your product, the IPC is the first step to ensure a uniform quality of your product throughout the production. An IPC is an early prevention system that, for an amount of USD 240, protects your product against various risks that could lead to very high import charges.

What Do We Check During IPC?

  • Raw materials.
  • Production lines setup.
  • Quantity.
  • Product conformity to specifications.
  • Workmanship.
  • Measurements, weights, and GSM.
  • Field tests.

Carton drop test (ASTM D5276), Function test, Color fasten test, Adhesive test (ASTM D3359-02), Abuse test, Resistance test, Hi-pot test, Internal check

Dry rub test
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Why You Need Initial Production Check

Initial production check will help you:

  • verify the compliance of your raw materials;
  • make sure your suppliers are on track from the initial stages of production;
  • foresee potential issues and solve them before they become a problem;
  • save time and money by solving problems before shipment;
  • improve quality by taking immediate corrective actions with your supplier(s);
  • guarantee high customer satisfaction because you’ll only ship high quality products;
  • protect your brand and reputation; and
  • monitor your supplier's performance.

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