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How to Choose a QC Company?

1. Full-Time or Part-Time Inspectors?
A trustworthy inspection company uses full-time inspectors ONLY. No part-time QC is used. Some companies claim that they have their own full-time inspectors. However, they just outsource inspections to freelancers whose performance is actually difficult to monitor and control.

2. Qualified or Non-qualified?
Whether the QC company is qualified by International Federation of Inspection Agencies? IFIA can give you a quick answer about the qualification of a QC company.

3. Government Accredited or Not?
Does the QC company obtain Chinese government accreditation (AQSIQ)? If not, it means that the company wasn't verified by a Chinese government and doesn’t have a legal status of an independent inspection company, hence such company is not reliable, and customer is not protected by law.

4. Whether Report Has Legal Validity?
Does the QC company obtain CNAS 17020 (ISO 17020) accreditation? ISO 17020 is the international standard for independent inspection service, which is issued based on bi-annual assessment of operations, systems, and quality level of independent inspection providers. If the inspection company doesn't obtain ISO 17020 (in China it is CNAS 17020/ISO17020), inspection reports of such company are not legal. Note: ISO 17020 is much stricter and QC-specialized standard, than ISO9001, which can be issued for any company in any industry.

5. Check the QC Company in Person
- Some QC companies actually consist of freelancers without qualifications or accreditations.
- They make false statements about themselves on the internet.
- Simply check its website domain name registration information to see its real date of establishment.
- Visit its head office and talk to inspectors on site.