QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTION
The decrease in product life cycles and time-to-market increases the challenge to deliver quality products in a timely manner. When your product fails to meet your quality specifications for market acceptance, the result can be loss of good will, product and revenues, delayed shipments, wasted materials, and the potential risk of product recall market increases the challenge to deliver quality products in a timely manner.
Quality Control Inspections Procedure
Typical quality control inspections include five primary steps. Depending on the product, your experience with the supplier, and other factors, any one, or all of there, may apply to your needs.
1. Pre-production Inspections
Prior to production, our quality control inspection of raw materals and components will confirm whether these meet your specifications and are available in quantities sufficient to meet the production schedule. This is a useful service where you have had issues with materials and/or component replacements, or you are working with a new supplier and many outsourced components and materials are required during production.
2. During Production Inspections
During production, the products are inspected to verify that quality requirements and specifications are being met. This process is useful in cases of repeated defects in production, It can help identify where in the process the problem occurs and provide objective input for solutions to resolve the production issues
3. Sorting Inspections
A sorting inspection can be carried out as a pre or post packaging inspection. A piece by piece inspection is performed on every item to evaluate general appearance, workmanship, function, safety and etc. As specified by you.
4. Pre-Shipment Inspections
After production is completed, a pre shipment inpection can be done to verify that the goods being shipped have been manufactured according to your requirements. This is the most common service ordered, and works well with suppliers you have previous experience with.
5. Container Loading Inspections
Container Loading Inspection guarantees Genus technical staff are monitoring the entire loading process. We check that your order is complite and securely loaded into the container before shipment. This is the final opportunity to confirm compliance with your requirements in terms of quality, assortment, and packaging.
Benefits of Quality Control Inspections
Quality control inspections at various stages of the production process can help you monitor product quality to ensure requirements are being met and to support on.time delivery.
With the right systems, processes and procedures of quality control inspections, you can monitor product quality to reduce risk, improve efficiency and ensure compliance with contractual or regulatory requirements, build a stronger and more resilient business with the potential to grow and surpass your competition; deliver consumer goods that really are as good as you say they are.
- Customers expect to buy qualified, health and safety products
- Ensure every procedure goes well at every production stage
- Verify quality at the source and don’t pay for defective goods
- Avoid recalls and reputation damage
- Anticipate production and shipment delays
- Minimize your quality control budget
There are many other types of inspections and services we provide, anf you can find them in the below
The Importancy of Quality Control Inspections
Quality expectations and the range of safety requirements that you must achieve become more complex every day. When your product fails to meet your quality specifications for market acceptance, the result can be loss of good will. Product and revenues, delayed shipments, wasted materials, and the potential risk of a product recall. Genus has the right systems, processes and procedures to help you meet the requirements and to deliver quality peoducts in a timely manner.