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...
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...
AQL Defect Classification: How to Classify Defects

AQL Defect Classification: How to Classify Defects

AQL Defect Classification: How to Classify Defects ​How does your QC inspector determine whether your products are acceptable or not during a third-party inspection? Imagine you’re manufacturing a standing desk at a factory in Vietnam. You hire a service provider to...
AQL Special Inspection Levels: How Do They Work?

AQL Special Inspection Levels: How Do They Work?

AQL is an important standard used in the quality control industry for conducting product inspections. In a previous article, we answered the question, “What is AQL?” and explained how it works. But, in essence, the AQL (Acceptable Quality Limit) standard helps you...
What is AQL and What Do You Need to Know About It?

What is AQL and What Do You Need to Know About It?

What is AQL and What Do You Need to Know About It? If you’re preparing to conduct product inspections, you may have come across the term AQL. Perhaps you’ve heard it mentioned in discussions with your inspection company or in articles you’ve read online. What is AQL?...
Our 10 Most Popular Quality Control Articles

Our 10 Most Popular Quality Control Articles

When you’re manufacturing products in Asia, quality control is of the utmost concern. You don’t want poor quality products to ship that could cause you or your brand to end up with a bad reputation for poor quality, unsafe, or defective products. That’s why you should...

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