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A pre-shipment inspection is done before products shipped out. It is a useful, cost saving, and common method to check if the product quality level is within the acceptable limits.
Pre-shipment inspection, (AKA preshipment inspection) or PSI, is a part of supply chain management and an important quality control method for checking the quality of goods clients buy from suppliers.
Preshipment Inspection Checklist:
PSI Inspections ensure that production complies with specifications of the buyers and/or the terms of a purchase order or letter of credit. A Final Random Inspection (FRI), checks finished products when at least 80% of an order has been produced and export-packed. Samples are selected at random, according to standards and procedures. Other types of pre-shipment inspections are:
An example of the quantity inspection:
|Expected Result:||Result||Actual Finding / Comments|
|80% of the total order quantity must be packed||OK|
|100% of the total order quantity must be finished||OK|
Pre-shipment inspection can diminish risks inherent to Internet commerce like phishing and fraud.
It is a systematic and statistical inspection of units selected at random from all batches of your order, conducted when your production is completed at a certain percentage.
This is your final opportunity to take corrective action before your production is finished and packed; making it an effective tool to safeguard your product against costly import risks.
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