Pre-Shipment Inspection

Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI) is an essential element of supply chain management. Pre-shipment inspection is done at the end of production when 80% to 100% of goods have been manufactured and packed for export.

Tetra Inspection inspectors will visit your vendor’s site to conduct a physical inspection of goods on a randomly selected sample of manufactured products using the statistical sampling procedure commonly know as AQL or ISO 2859-1 (ANSI/ASQ Z1.4).

Pre-shipment inspection checklists provide an extensive classification of defects and on-site tests based on international standards (EU, USA, AU, and more).

Pre-shipment inspection

What is Checked During A Pre-Shipment Inspection?

  • Quantity.
  • Product conformity to specifications.
  • Workmanship.
  • Packaging, marking, and labelling.
  • Measurements, weights, and GSM.
  • Field tests.
  • Carton drop test (ASTM D5276), Function test, Color fasten test, Adhesive test (ASTM D3359-02)...etc

Why You Need Pre-Shipment Inspection

This service will help you:

  • Avoid business losses due to costly reworks;
  • Save time and money by solving problems before shipment;
  • Improve quality by taking immediate corrective actions.
  • Ensure efficient warehouse management with correct labeling;
  • Ensure the right goods are shipped to your customer.
  • Protect your brand and monitor your supplier's performance.
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