During Production Inspection In China, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Cambodia
During Production Inspection (DPI), also known as In-Process Inspection, is performed when at least 10% of an order is completed. It can uncover problems at an earlier production stage, allowing more time for rework and correction. It also helps you supervise whether the production process is on schedule.
The inspected samples are selected at random, according to international standards and procedures. V-Trust uses ANSI/ASQ Z1.4-2008 (AQL) as its sampling standard and acceptable level of quality.
When is a suitable time to conduct a During Production Inspection?
A During Production Inspection is normally scheduled when the production is 10%-80% finished.
What criteria are covered in a During Production Inspection?
V-Trust's general on-site checklist for During Production Inspections includes the following criteria:
- Production line checking
- Production schedule
- Product appearance
- Performance & function tests
- Colours & logo
- Size & measurements
- Carton condition
- Barcode scan test
- Packing & marking
- Shipping marks
- Warehouse condition
In addition to the above aspects, we can also carry out a tailor-made checking plan according to your special requirements.
What is the cost of a During Production Inspection?
Our standard all-inclusive inspection cost is 268 USD/man-day (no hidden fees) in any major manufacturing clusters in Asia.
- No extra charge for travel cost
- No extra charge for inspections on Saturday or Sunday
- Full-time experienced inspectors only
- A detailed inspection report issued within 24 hours
- Free consultancy before and after inspections