Pre-Shipment Inspection is the most important, reliable and frequent quality control method requested by importers. It is the detailed inspection of the products when more than 80% of the boxes are packed and 100% production has been done.

Why Pre-shipment Inspection is important?

Are you sure you will receive full quantity and good quality products? May be your vendor will some photos of good products before delivery, but certainly it is too few to know the real status of your order. Everything is too late when the goods arrive then you are just realize half goods are unqualified or lack of volume. To protect your right and benefit, it is necessary to make Pre-shipment Inspection. The inspector will check quantity, product details, test function and randomly selected samples in accordance with international standards to ensure that product quality is consistent with your specifications.

Yokohama, Japan (Aug. 28, 2006) - Postal Clerk 3rd Class Samuel Anderson, left, and Postal Clerk 2nd Class LeAnn Baker check and mark the destinations of incoming packages during mail distribution at Fleet Mail Center, Yokohama. Fleet Mail Center Yokohama is the hub for U.S. mail arriving and being distributed within Japan. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Paul J. Phelps (RELEASED)
When to conduct Pre-shipment Inspection?

In order to give full feedback of your order, Pre-shipment Inspection need to be conducted when more than 80% products are packed and 100% products have been finished.

Where to do Pre-shipment Inspection?

Waseet China team will perform the inspection on site in vendor’s plant.