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Final Random Inspection

Final Random Inspection (FRI) is the detailed visual inspection of goods before shipment. It is generally conducted on the premises of the manufacturer, on samples selected according to defined sampling procedures. The inspection criteria covering quality, quantity, marking and packing are based on the client's specifications and reference samples, as provided. Upon completion of FRI a detailed inspection report is sent to the client and our inspection certificate issued to the supplier if all findings are positive. Bar code labels can be verified to ISO 9000 standard with our high tech verifiers. A printout of the scan test will be supplied.

Background

As trade globalisation gains pace, sourcing from distant countries and new suppliers increase. Under these conditions, monitoring the production process requires on-the-spot presence to reduce the risk of substandard quality, discrepancies, shipment delays and other contraventions against purchase order requirements.

Benefits

  • Tailor-made to your requirements
  • Reduction of import risks
  • Improved management and control of overseas sourcing
  • No need for the client to be on-the-spot
  • To benefit fully from FRI, it is recommended to stipulate the YEOA HK Ltd. Inspection Certificate in the Letter of Credit and Purchase Order as follows: "Inspection certificate of YEOA HK Ltd. or their recognized correspondents, certifying that the goods inspected, conform upon the agreed contractual specifications and/or reference sample." (See example LC, and sample inspection certificate)

Relevant markets

Any company importing goods from Asia, or wishing to have an independent, local representation can use YEOA HK Ltd. Final Random Inspection. Virtually all products are covered.

 

 

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