Quality Insurance?

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Asked at 2012-01-04 06:42:20
I wonder if there is insurance to protect against shoddy products ? The reason is that I'm negotiating with a Chinese manufacturer of waxed cardboard boxes and samples sent me is fine. I do not want to receive a 40-foot container and 50 % are unusable. I have suggested the use of pre- shipment inspection , but I am asking for 10,000 units at a time so I can not wait to see everybody. Could someone please inform me if this is possible or if there is another way to protect myself. Thanks
Answer1BenjamiAnswered at 2012-01-07 01:06:09
In reply to [ aussie888 ]: See the business is based on trust and in one form or you have to trust someone , either the supplier or any designated contcat inspeaction agengies port load.Now ur case , normally encountered in the quality assurance and rested between the seller and also buyer.And inspection bodies , they just do random check and may not be able to check each item and product quality unless u specifically tell you quality inspections quantuty ,. But it is not a practical one.
Now the best solution is private parties or physical presence whille ur load it again I suggest practical.U not use a trusted company or person to takecare of their shipments to minimum charges and secure relationships . .. Instead of spending much, it's better to pay a small percentage of their earnings and have peace of mind.Please contact us for more information @ gmail.com Thanks Krishnan connextions.cn
Answer2GwendolynAnswered at 2012-01-09 16:45:07
In reply to [ aussie888 ] INSURANCE NO THETYPE of risk you are talking about.
Answer3HoratiaAnswered at 2012-02-23 22:10:23
In reply to [ aussie888 ]: Pre-shipment inspection is a way of ensuring the quality
But much also depends on the shape of loading and unloading, where most fragile cargo was damaged . .
Answer4 '- [You are willing, Ni, old love -Answered at 2012-02-26 09:11:47
In reply to [ aussie888 ] :
inspection can ensure that the product meets specified standards , a very low risk from the point of statistics. There is a single sampling plan for each inspection in which samples should be drawn at random . The quality of the samples represent the state of the entire lot. According ANSI/MIL-STD-105E
standard, 200 samples of the 10,000 pieces will be inspected. If this 200 units pass inspection, then the 10,000 items are acceptable.
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