When unnecessary Inspecting goods may affect your profits, but missing inspections when they are really needed could be terrible for your business… See next some SBE suggestions for arranging your inspections and minimize your risks…

Order
Severity

Definition

Lab Tests
& Sample Picking

FRI
First Run
< 20% order

OPI
On-Proces
< 80% order

FPI
Final Product
>= 80% order

CLS
Container Loading
100% & Packed

HIGH RISK ORDERS

  •  New Products orders
  •  New Suppliers
  •  High Risk Products
  •  Large order quantities
  •  High Value products
  • When defects in previous orders happened.

Always
recommended

(if possible)

Always recommended

(if possible)

Always recommended

(at least 1 time)

Always recommended

MUST

(No Exceptions, most of quality issues appear on the finished products and it’s the last chance to avoid disasters)

Always

recommended

(Avoid customs headaches and packing issues)

MID RISK ORDERS

  • Recurrent  Orders
  • Product changes
  • Risky Products
  • Large & Small orders
  • High/Mid Value Order

Recommended

(if possible)

Optional

(If product changes or high risk/value products)

Recommended

(If product changes or high risk/value products)

Always

recommended

(When loading, packing or customs requirements are critical)

LOW RISK ORDERS

  • Recurrent  Orders
  • Low Risk Products
  • Small orders 
  • Mid/Low Value Order

Optional

(To make sure consistency of materials and workmanship is maintained)

Optional

(As a verification method)

Optional

(As a verification method)

Recommended

(If product changes or high risk/value products)

Always

recommended

(When quality is controlled but loading, packing or customs requirements are critical)

Our industry requires excruciating precision and control over the products we outsource in China… Having SBE on-site support has allowed us to concentrate in product development and customer satisfaction strategies here in the US…

Josh Powell (USA) Customer since 2005

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