Pre-Shipment Inspection

Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI), also known as Final Random Inspection, is the most common inspection type to confirm the whole shipment’s quality level. It normally requires the production to be completed and at least 80% of goods packed into cartons. A Pre-Shipment Inspection is suggested to be scheduled at least some working days before the planned loading date, so that the buyer can have enough time to check the report and decide whether to release the shipment as planned, or to discuss corrective actions with the manufacturer.

Checking for Pre-Shipment Inspections includes the following criteria:

During Production Inspection

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. A During Production Inspection is normally scheduled when the production is 10%-60% finished.

Checklist for During Production Inspections includes the following criteria:


We corporate with suppliers that a reliable, correct and fulfill all the requirements of our clients in terms of quality. Certificates are a an indicator of the quality they can supply and the most common certificates are EU and US Certifications.