Retail in Asia

In Shops

Re-inspections: The key is to manage corrective actions

On his Quality Inspection blog, Renaud Anjoran discusses the issue of re-inspections following a rejection of substandard items.

Sometimes re-inspections show the same results as first inspections, suggesting that no corrections were performed. Why? The fault can lie on either side. I have known of factories lying to a trading company, doing no real repair and just waiting until the importer runs out of time and has to ship out. I have also seen cases, however, where the information from the purchaser was not clear enough, and no one in the supply chain knew what to do.

To view the full post, visit Smart China Sourcing.

(Source: Smart China Sourcing)