Third Party Inspection


Third Party inspection makes sure that the quality and standard are met for machinery, Processes, Inventory, Scrap and given assets.

The third party inspection is mandatory in many cases where critical machinery or processes are involved. This make sure both the first and second parties are adhering to the agreed terms. Third party inspection also make sure that manufacturing or the given processes is under law compliances and is always carried out by a Independent Organization to ensure quality of Work & Process.


1. A pre-production inspection tells the buyer which kind of raw materials (or components) will be used. Factories are often suspected of lowering their costs by purchasing substandard materials, and this can be disastrous for the buyer (e.g. the wrong kind of chip in an electronic device).

2. A during production inspection allows the buyer to have an idea of average product quality, early in the production cycle. It is the most useful and the most under-rated tool at the disposal of importers, who often only rely on final inspections.

3. The final random inspection (also called “pre-shipment inspection”) is by far the most common type of QC check. It takes place once 100% of shipment quantity is finished and at least 80% is packed, so it can be a real random inspection (this is not exactly the case if quality is checked earlier) and suppliers cannot play games.

4. The container loading inspection, like the pre-production inspection, it is seldom used. But it can be a worthwhile option in some specific cases. [3]
Third Party Inspection is carried out in the below given areas

1. Engineering
2. Civil Projects
3. Manufacturing Units
4. Oil and Energy
5. Service Industries
6. Freight Forwarding and Customs. Etc.,