Our quality control technicians can be involved from the beginning to the end of production at your suppliers premises or on logistics platform
For a successful supply
Fabric Inspection, generally made through the 4 points system D5430, enables you to evaluate the quality of the fabric and of its compliance with the regulatory requirements, This service is particularly useful for industrialists and brands with their own production facilities.
Improve product quality and your production supervised from beginning to the end
The production monitoring before and during all the production until the end of it will allow you to ensure that 100% of your products will reach your quality expectations and that your supplier will enhance his competecnes at each steps of the production.
INSPECTION OF RAW MATERIALS & ACCESSORIES
For a successful supply
Raw materials and accessories control means that prior to production you can be certain that all the key components are of good quality and comply with the regulatory requirements, This service is particularly useful for industrialists and brands with their own production facilities.
To increase your chances of having successful and high quality export
An inspection during production, carried out once between 10-20% of the pieces have been produced helps ensure that the product and its packaging meet the client’s specifications and product record. After inspection a programme of corrective action is implemented with the manufacturer.
To help you take the right decision
The final quality control inspection is carried out when 100% of the articles have been produced and at least 80% of them have been packed for export. This inspection is carried out according to ISO 2859-1 (Military Standard 105-E, ANSI/ASQ Z1.4) consisting in removing and studying a representative sample of the articles
To make Quality control part of your logistics flow
Quality platforms are used for the inspection of raw materials or finished articles. Organising inspection on a platform make it easier to deal with large supply volumes and ensure the optimization of the costs related to quality and transportation
SORT OUT INSPECTION
To salvage defective merchandise
Following a final inspection pointing out heavy quality problems, or the reception of non conforming merchandise, effecting a sort out and repairs addresses the problems encountered so that it can be put back on the market in the quickest possible time
To ensure the optimal conditions for your shipment
Inspection of container loading means it is possible to check that it complies with the packing list, that the commercial and customs forms are correct and that the merchandise is correctly packed in the container, so that the product is not damaged and is protected from humidity