Quality Inspection

We help you to meet your Quality needs
Nexia Impex provides their clients and buyers with Quality Control and Factory Audit throughout Jaipur which helps them to:

    Eliminate the risk of poor quality
Making it easy to understand the quality of goods by putting it into different grades
Ensures to meet the packing, marking & delivery needs
Brings it into notice if there is any major/minor defect Pre-shipment
Helping to know the production problems and shipping delays


Why You Should Work With Nexia Impex

    Manage and plan your Inspection online from placing order to approval / rejection and let      us handle the rest on your behalf
Compared to other inspection agency we are affordable and reasonable
We follow international standards for inspections which make the goods safe and trustable
The process is faster since the decisions taken are online

Random Inspection

Random inspections: This is the most common way for companies to do inspections before shipments. The factory will have all the goods for the order already packaged and in the warehouse. Your inspectors will go there, and select at random a select number of boxes. There are guidelines and rules as to which level of random inspection is called for, depending on the size of the order. If you have a good factory, and have gone through the above processes, than this is a more time effective way to do an inspection. But, I would suggest the 100% inspections with new suppliers, until you feel you have confidence to move to random inspections.

Random Inspection is a significant means for importers to have a final thorough look. Randomly, product samples are withdrawn, then according to international standard, we inspect on the quality and packaging method of products. With assistance of the Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) standard, the general quality of the whole shipment could be reflected accurately. On the other hand, flaws may not only lie on the products, it could be on the packaging, and very importantly, on shipping marks and barcodes. We would also check on these aspects, with clear photos shown in the report for customer’s further reference if any difference.

100% Inspection
Make sure the factory knows the date you plan to view your goods. Have them lay out the order in an open warehouse, along with your master standards, in an area with good lighting. Take out some random specimens and compare your master standards, item by item, and line by line. If these are up to spec, go through the rest, and look at the key areas you expect a problem. We suggest having a label created for your inspector. This way, if a shipment comes in, and there is a problem, you know who to contact. Also, the inspector will be more accountable. If they are not willing to put their approval on a product, are you willing to ship it to your customer? Also, make sure to have a few of the products in the packaging, so you can confirm packaging is to spec, carton marks are correct, and all labels and hang tags are in the correct locations.

Needle Inspection

The apparel industry, surrounded by need to produce a variety of products in small quantities to meet personalized, diversified taste of consumers and by competition from imported goods, challenges quality, delivery and cost every day.

Many sewing factories are competing to introduce new production systems to improve their productivity and supply products at short delivery time. A task as important as productivity improvements is to improve quality of sewn products. Quality of products is said to reflect the philosophy of the manufacturer. Attentive inspection is a must to prevent product from being shipped out with hand sewing needles or sewing machine needles left inside. A needle detector is one of the most important inspection equipment in quality control of sewn products.

The production line in sewing factories consists of processes of cutting of raw materials, sewing, finish, inspection and packaging. Product coming out of the production line are packed in cartons and shipped out. In the normal production line, a conveyor type needle detector is installed after the finishing process to check for needles in products. In other arrangement, inspected and bagged products are passed trough the needle detector.

There are other types of needle detectors available to accommodate various types of apparels or various types of products contracted to sewing contractors.