Norway Inspection Quality Control

Norway Inspection

 

 

 

Norway Quality Control

 

Norway Quality Control Inspections and Factory Audits

Norway is a large exporter of petroleum, machinery, metals & ships, making them a large part of organisational and economic supply chains in the Northern Hemisphere.   

 

When sourcing from products from Norway, businesses must ensure that the products are of the highest quality and comply not only with local laws and regulations in Norway, but the buyers local and target market also.

 

Goodada’s Norway Inspection Factory Audits are conducted at your chosen supplier’s factory. Having a factory audited before placing an order with a potential seller will mitigate the risk of you buying poor quality products or becoming a victim of fraud. The purpose of a Norway Factory Audit is to assess a manufacturer’s capabilities, review their quality control processes and review the workplace environment of the factory.

 

Goodada’s Norway Quality Control Inspections aim to save you both time and money by reducing the number of product failures and ensuring that products are manufactured to your required specifications from the outset. Inspections can be conducted at any factory located in Norway.

 

Goodada’s Norway Container Loading Inspections will enable you to confirm if your purchase has been correctly loaded and dispatched from the factory in Norway. Container Loading Inspections are of importance when payment is required by the seller upon dispatch of products from their factory in Norway.

 

 

For more information about our Norway Quality Control services 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

 

Below are the following types of Norway Quality Control & Inspection Services.

Norway Factory Audit

FACTORY AUDIT (FA)

A Factory Audit is conducted at your seller’s factory. The purpose of a Factory Audit is to determine if your potential supplier is a legitimate company and has the capability of manufacturing your products. The Audit will also assess the factories quality control systems, the factories manufacturing standards and the factories export records. Click Here to find out more....
 

Norway Quality Control Inspection of Goods

FINISHED GOODS INSPECTION (FGI) 

A Finished Goods Inspection is part of Goodada's Norway Quality Control Services. It is conducted at your seller’s factory when 80% of your order has been made. The purpose of a Finished Goods Inspection (or Pre Shipment Inspection) is to visually check product specifications, product quantity, product dimensions, packing requirements and shipping marks. During this inspection any on-site testing can be conducted or samples can be collected to be independently tested. If any problems are identified you can then address these issues with the factory before the goods are shippedClick Here to find out more....

 

Norway Container Loading Inspection

CONTAINER LOADING INSPECTION (CLI)

Goodada’s Norway Container Loading Inspections will enable you to confirm if your purchase has been correctly loaded and dispatched from the factory in Norway. Container Loading Inspections are of importance when payment is required by the seller upon dispatch of products from their factory in NorwayClick Here to find out more....

Norway Early Production Inspection

EARLY PRODUCTION INSPECTION (EPI)

An Early Production Inspection focuses the raw materials and machinery which will be used to make your order. This is the only stage where the raw materials can be checked to make sure that they meet your quality requirements. If any independent laboratory tests are required on any of the raw materials, it should happen at this stage. Click Here to find out more....

 

Norway Cargo Insurance

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Cargo insurance protects the owner of the goods for the full value of their investment against all risks and can include not only the full value of the goods, but also the cost of shipping, duties, and also up to 10% or even 20% extra to cover anticipated profit. Click Here to find out more...