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Sourcing Services

Supplier identification, Order management, Inspections

Product Inspection Services

Product Inspection Services

Insight Quality Services performs on-site Product Inspections following internationally accepted AQL standards, so you can spend your time doing what matters most for you.

Factory Audit Services

Insight Quality offers Social Compliance Audits and Security/C-TPAT, Quality, Capability, and Capacity Assessments as well as customized audit tools that provide insight into your manufacturers and supply chain.

Lab Testing Services

Knowing whether the product you’re sourcing and importing from your suppliers conforms to international standards is vital for minimizing the risk of importing unsuitable merchandise. Insight Quality Services leverages its relationships with numerous labs to assist with your testing needs.

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