Factory Audit Inspection

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Factory Audit Inspection

A Factory Audit is conducted at your supplier’s manufacturing facilities. It examines if they are genuine, their manufacturing capacities, and their quality management systems. The Audit provides assurance of regulatory compliance and assess product quality to identify workplace safety. Our audits include from verifying business transactions safety and compliance checks of processes and systems.

A Factory Audit is used to assess if your potential supplier is a real company and which exporting license is being used. Conducting audits helps ensure your compliance with global market, industry and regulatory requirements.

Supplier Audits provide you with a clear picture of your supplier’s business and policies, and information outlining corrective action, if necessary. Goodada Supplier Audits aim to help you build long-term relations with your suppliers and achieve continuous improvement.

Goodada offers a range of supplier audit programs to help you engage with capable and ethical suppliers:

Factory Audit comprises visiting the Seller and conducting an inspection in the following areas:

  • Identify the Supplier - You will find out if you are buying from a trading company or directly from the manufacturer. If you are buying from the manufacturer, you will get the details of the factory so that you can buy from them and save money by cutting out the middle guy.
  • Background Information: We check information about exporting licenses, financial circumstances, business licenses, sales records and factory owner details.
  • Quality Controls Procedures and Responsibilities – ensuring the quality is maintained, testing certificates are genuine and up to date, and verifying that your supplier’s quality management system is suitable for your supply chain.
  • New Part Manufacturing Procedures – to confirm the seller’s practices and procedures concerning the production of new products. To get a complete picture of your supplier’s sourcing and operational policies and protect your brand image.
  • Product Testing – review and verify suppliers testing procedures meet international standards.
  • Consumer Complaints – understand supplier’s practices and procedures for any consumer complaints.
  • Product Failure Responsibilities – confirm what support and commitment will the supplier make in the event of Product Failure.
  • On-Time Delivery – to identify the steps supplier takes that products are delivered on time.


For more information about a Factory Audit, please contact:

Contact Person: Aidan Conaty

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Phone:(Europe/ Rest of the World) +353 1 885 3919 ; (UK) +44.020.3287.2990 ; (North America) +1.518.290.6604


How to Order a Factory Audit:

Step 1 - Customer fills out an online inspection request form.

Step 2 - The Inspection coordinator confirms the inspection request and assigns an inspector to your inspection.

Step 3 - Customer makes the payment for the Audit.

Step 4 - Inspector then visits the factory and follows the protocol as per the audit order details.

Step 5 - The Inspection coordinator will review and upload the audit report within 48 hours after the audit has been conducted.*

Step 6 - The client can download and review report, and request a call back to discuss the report and result.


Benefits of having a Factory Audit

Reduce the Risks - A Factory Auditor visits the factory to confirm that the factory is genuine. It can make the product to the standards you require and has a proven track record of selling the same or similar product into your market or a similar market.

Reduce the CostsBad Suppliers and Sellers will cost you money and time. A Factory Audit will allow you to verify and select the most suitable supplier from avoiding scams to reducing failed product costs, .

Seller VerificationA Factory Audit confirms who is sells and exports the product to you. Ideally, it helps to be dealing directly with the factory. However, there is often a middle man involved. That can increase the risk to you!