Having faith in your Asian manufacturers is good. But we know, from experience, that having the right monitoring is better.
Even high-quality products made by the best and most experienced manufacturers can contain defects. LGTI provides two interconnected inspection services in order to be able to detect all relevant defects and have them corrected as early on as possible:
We have a team of inspectors with extensive manufacturing and inspection experience ready to carry out both types of inspection.
We divide all defects detected during the inspection process into two categories: major defects and minor defects.
Major defects have a significant negative effect on a product’s saleability and usability and/or breach important provisions of legislation, such as prescribed safety standards. Major defects usually result in the entire batch of products being rejected.
Minor defects are a sign of sub-optimal craftsmanship but do not directly affect a product’s saleability or usability. Minor defects represent a failure to meet a customer’s specified quality requirements and normally mean that the manufacturer has to reject or repair the products in question. Once that has been done, LGTI conducts a pre-shipment inspection of the goods in order to check that the specified improvements have been made. This saves you spending a lot of time and unnecessary money on shipping products back or disposing of them.