What is Inspection?
Inspection means, controlling of the commercial goods on behalf of the buyers or sellers whether they conform with the contract conditions or not. The inspection could be made with respect to the quality, quantity, packaging, labeling, transport, loading or delivery time, etc.
Due to the requests of importers and exporters, after performing an inspection, inspection companies prepare a report about conformity of the goods with the legal responsibilities and required specifications.
The Benefits of Inspection:
- Determinations of conformity of the goods with the contracts or standards, on behalf of sellers or buyers, before and/or after the shipment,
- The prevention of the possible disagreement between sellers or buyers, and contingent losses,
- Inspection enables price adjustments which provide important advantages both to the importers and exporters.
It is a document prepared by the inspection company which states the conformance of the goods to the sales contract. In other words, it is the determination of quality, quantity, labeling, loading, and delivery time of the goods by the inspection companies on behalf of the buyers and sellers.