Typically, each inspector will work 8 hours per day, not counting meal breaks. How much time he spends at the factory depends on how many inspectors are working there, and whether the paperwork is completed at the factory, or at the office. As an employer, we are bound by China labor law, so there is a limit to the amount of time our staff can work each day without incurring additional charges. Many times, we have more than one inspector onsite, so typically the report will be completed while at the factory. At other times, the report will be completed later in the local, or home office. It is important to remember however, it is not only the inspector who is dealing with your inspection. Every report is reviewed and cleared by a supervisor, and processed by your coordinator. So many hands are involved in a single inspection and report. However, we put forth our best effort at maximizing efficiency in your behalf. We have proved time and again that our pricing and man hour quotes are very competitive.
The first meeting of Standardization and Quality Management Committee of the China Import & Export Inspection and Quarantine Branch was successfully held in Xi’an on December 11, 2017. 31 members from Committee units and related agencies attended the meeting. As Vice President of the Committee, a member of HQTS Executive staff also participated the meeting. … Continue reading “First Meeting of Professional Committee of Standardization and Quality Management Was Held in Xi’an”