Supplier Certification &
Social and Factory Audits
Brasia can provide general factory visits as well as social and factory audits of manufacturers’ premises to provide a more accurate evaluation before your order is placed. These audits could allow you to avoid possible loss in your company’s capital or reputation due to the supplier breaking the law or nonconformities in the production process.
Due Diligence of Suppliers and Partners
Brasia can help you to verify that your Chinese supplier is reliable, has a good reputation and is in a strong financial situation.
A detailed investigation is essential when you are planning a partnership or before signing a contract with a new business partner.
Business Information Report
Brasia can offer a Business Information Report with a company overview and risk summary, based on available information about the company history, trade payments, corporate structure, operations, finance and banking, industrial analysis and public records.
We provide inspection services on site in order to control quality, quantity, meet all the clients’ product needs, check if all relevant regulatory requirements are met and minimize risks.
Inspections can help your company to:
– Ensure that the quantity of product matches with the order quantity
– Ensure that the visual appearance matches with products ordered
– Ensure that the product specifications comply with the orders
– Verify that the packaging, labelling, instructions and marking comply with the clients’ requirements.
Different types of inspections can be conducted at the distinct stages of the production to ensure that clients receive the product in good quality
Pre-production Inspection is conducted at the beginning of the production process. The objective of a Pre-Production Inspection is to identify defective materials or components prior to the production process, thereby minimizing the risk of non-conformities and allowing for timely corrections and improvements where necessary. It can also identify if the factory has correctly understood your order, avoiding miscommunication and ensuring that any deviations from the customer’s specifications are addressed early.
Ensure the product meets your requirements
Preview the production process
Detect and fix problems early
Avoid time wasting
Avoid additional costs
During Production Inspection
The During Production Inspection checks semi-finished or finished goods part way through the production process. Generally, this takes place at the point when 40% of your order has been produced and 20% export-packed.
This improves your control over production and allows for timely correction of defects and improvements to quality.
Verify your order is on schedule
Ensure that your products comply with the approved sample
Make adjustments early if any problems are found during the production
Final Random Inspection
The Final Random Inspection checks finished products when at least 80% of your order has been produced and export-packed. Samples are selected at random, according to AQL sampling standards and procedures.
The Final Random Inspection ensures that the production complies with your specifications and/or the terms of your order.
Verify the quality of the product before shipment
Approve the final payment in confidence
Refuse the order if it does not meet your requirements
Cargo Container Loading Supervision
Container Loading Supervision ensures that your order is both complete and securely loaded into the container before shipment. This inspection ensures that the goods delivered by the factory are compliant with your requirements in terms of quantity, assortment and packaging.
This inspection also ensures that the export cartons are securely loaded in the container and that the container is in good condition.
Ensure that the entire production order is shipped
Get your goods loaded with care
Check the condition of the container
Verify that the correct quantity has been loaded
Sourcing and Shipment Control
– Search and pre-selection of potential suppliers
– Build up contact, negotiate and maintain relationship with factories
– Sample coordination and consolidation
– Order placement and monitoring of production
– Shipment control
– Negotiating credit lines with banks
– Support in applying, receiving or transfer of letters of credit