How to Choose the Right AQL and Inspection Levels

How to Choose the Right AQL and Inspection Levels

How to Choose the Right AQL and Inspection Levels If you’re importing consumer products and working with a third-party inspection company, you probably know that AQL is an industry-standard sampling method. It helps you determine two things, first, how many units the...
How To Approach Functional Testing On Your QC Checklist

How To Approach Functional Testing On Your QC Checklist

How To Approach Functional Testing On Your QC Checklist When you hire a third-party inspection company to go to your factory for a pre-shipment inspection, your inspection is always guided by a QC checklist. Sometimes importers think that they can rely solely on the...
Can You Inspect Multiple SKUs In a Single Lot to Cut Costs?

Can You Inspect Multiple SKUs In a Single Lot to Cut Costs?

Can You Inspect Multiple SKUs In a Single Lot to Cut Costs? If you are working with a third-party inspection company (like Insight), you are undoubtedly paying by the “man-day.” That means that as you place larger orders, your costs will go up since it might take more...
Packaging Quality Control: What Should be on Your Checklist?

Packaging Quality Control: What Should be on Your Checklist?

Packaging Quality Control: What Should be on Your Checklist? If you don’t have good quality packaging for your products, you can be setting yourself up for failure — even if your products are well made. Imagine that you’ve put the time, money, and effort into ensuring...
How to Improve Product Quality With Third-Party Inspections

How to Improve Product Quality With Third-Party Inspections

How to Improve Product Quality With Third-Party Inspections Recently, a company that makes water bottles and travel mugs had to recall about 5.7 million kids water bottles. The water bottles, some of which featured cute images of cartoon animals, were recalled because...
Garment Quality Control Procedures: What You Need to Know

Garment Quality Control Procedures: What You Need to Know

Insight Why is quality control so important in the apparel industry? When a consumer walks into the retail store, picks a pair of 32W x 32L straight fit jeans off the shelf, and goes to the register, they expect it to fit the same way it did the last time they bought...

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