The During Production Inspection (DPI) is a quality control inspection conducted while production is underway, and is especially good for products that are in continuous production, that have strict requirements for on-time shipments, and as a follow-up when quality issues are found prior to manufacturing during a pre-production inspection.
These quality control inspections are conducted during production when only 10-15% of the products are completed. During this inspection, we will identify deviations, and give feedback on corrective measures. In addition, we will re-check defects during the pre-shipment inspection to confirm they have been corrected.
At each stage of production process, our inspector will produce a full and detailed inspection report, together with supporting pictures to provide you will the comprehensive information and data you need.
What you can expect:
- Highly trained technical inspector monitoring the quality of your goods
- Inspector can be onsite within three working days of your order
- A detailed report with supporting pictures within 24 hours of inspection
- A brand champion working onsite to improve your supplier’s quality
Process of a during production inspection
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