Pre-Shipment Inspection – A Must-Have Quality Assurance Check for Industries

Post# A575052 · USA, Connecticut · Posted by: chinainspection321

The performance check practice of employing private companies to check shipment details such as price, quantity and quality of goods ordered overseas. Implementation of pre-shipment inspection programs ensure that imports comply with their regulations. Non-compliance with these regulations can result in:

• The loss of valuable duty and tax revenue

• The loss of foreign exchange reserves (in countries where exchange controls exist)

• The potential importation of substandard or prohibited goods

How Pre-Shipment Inspection Works?

• A physical inspection of goods is carried out in the country of export pre-shipping, establishing the exact nature of the goods.

• The invoice and other documents are then scrutinized and an accurate valuation and customs tariff code are assigned. These are used in conjunction with the client country’s published duty rates to calculate the correct duties and taxes payable.

• A CIS certified pre-shipment inspection report is then issued to the importer. This is used to substantiate the payment of full duty, prior to cleaning the goods.

• The actual duty collected is compared with the CIS certificate, and any shortages can be investigated and corrected.

So, conduct your pre-shipment inspection check with and reap the benefits of trade facilitation. Call now to schedule a pre-shipment inspection today!

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