Pre-Shipment Inspection

A pre-shipment inspection is a step taken by trade operators, such as buyers, suppliers, and agencies, to inspect the products before they are shipped for export or import.

The primary purposes of a pre-shipment inspection are to check the quantity and quality of the merchandise and to identify any defects that may be present. By conducting such inspections, trade operators can minimize the risks associated with faulty or substandard goods, which can lead to financial losses and damage to their reputation.

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