Production Monitoring PM Supervise Factory Quality Control
|Factory audit||Helping you understand a supplier, Including supplier's actual
capabilities, quality control system, management, and operating
|Pre-production inspection||Before production, helping you make sure the raw materials and
components will meet your specifications and are available in
quantities sufficient to meet the production schedule.|
|During production inspection (DPI)||Checking the products during the production process and trying our
best to avoid some defects appearing, It can also help you check
the product schedule and confirm that the products are ready when
the time of shipment.|
|Pre-shipment inspection (PSI)||It is the most effective inspection that confirms the whole
shipment's quality level. It normally requires the production to be
100% complete and at least 80% of goods to be packed into cartons
The checked samples are randomly selected according to AQL
|Loading supervision||It is an important step during the delivery process, It can make
sure your products are correctly loading and reduce the possibility
of breakage. Guaranteeing the good quality and condition of your
products until you receive them.|
Production Monitoring - For challenging or high-risk orders, it is
recommended to have an inspector at the factory throughout
production. We will monitor your order daily and report back the
production status as well as product quality issues. Therefore, you
can identify and direct the factory to fix possible production
problems before they arise.
A production monitoring system is a process that is designed to
record the overall performance of the production line in real-time.
The system collects data from the various sections of the
production line and is relayed to employees and managers working on
the line. The data that is collected by the monitoring system is
used in improving the efficiency of the production line.
Production monitoring offers a wide view of manufacturing
One of the main benefits of production monitoring is that it gives
you a wide look at all the manufacturing processes at work in the
factory. It’s typically a combination of all three types of product
- Early product inspection at the start of production, giving insight
into the status and quality of parts and materials used
- During production, or “DUPRO”, inspection looking at a product as
it’s moving through manufacturing stages; an
- Final inspection, checking a product when most units are already
Inspection at a particular production stage can be helpful for most
importers. But rather than having a limited view of a product in
one area, production monitoring reveals the whole spectrum of
manufacturing. This can be beneficial in a number of ways,
including revealing how factory workers operate and the
implications for your product.
- All-inclusive pricing for inspections
- An inspector onsite within 48 hours
- Same-day inspection reports
- Easy online scheduling of services
- The detailed dashboard of quality trends, accessible in real-time
PSI/FRI (Pre-Shipment Inspection)
- The Significance: Pre-Shipment Inspection refers to an inspection
carried out by all the goods are produced and packed completely. By
conducting a sampling test in accordance with the AQL standard, to
have an overall assessment of the quality of the goods.
- Mainly includes: quantity check, workmanship check, product size
and weight, product performance parameters, product color, outer
carton measurement, various labels will be given about if the goods
can be shipped. This inspection can serve as a powerful reference to judge the quality of the whole batch of products.
The result of this synergy is unprecedented real-time visibility
into the fine details of your entire manufacturing enterprise and
supply chain. The benefits of EnterpriseIQ real-time monitoring are
endless, beginning with:
- Improved overall productivity, efficiency quality with timely
hands-off data capture and analysis of both machine and process
- Improved data accuracy and integrity as redundant data entry and
batch interfaces are eliminated.
- Improved customer relationships as everyone in the supply chain has
access to the same product information.
- Elimination of unnecessary downtime as production and maintenance
issues are identified before they become a problem.
- Reduced production monitoring expenses as costly and cumbersome
third-party integrations are eliminated.