QIMA's highly qualified auditors can conduct Manufacturing, Ethical, Structural, Environmental and C-TPAT audits of your Bangladesh suppliers’ factories, helping you engage with capable and ethical suppliers. We conduct audits to a number of international standards, our own Best-in-Class protocol or your in-house requirements.
QIMA Supplier Audits in Bangladesh help you:
Get a comprehensive profile of your Bangladesh supplier – before you give them your business.
Inspect your product before it leaves your Bangladesh supplier’s factory, and prevent quality problems down the line. We guarantee an inspector on-site of any factory in Bangladesh within 48 hours, and the inspection report will be delivered to you on the day of the inspection.
Experienced QIMA product inspectors help you safeguard the quality of your product at every stage of manufacturing:
The 21st century has great things in store for Bangladesh, which has been named one of the Next Eleven Countries. This designation indicates that, due to major investments, Bangladesh has the potential to become one of the world’s largest economies in the years to come. This has come as a great boon to the country, which has benefited from this participation in the international business community.
This trend of investment has led Western-based countries to relocate production facilities within Bangladeshi borders. As a result, American, European, and Australian business executives must be able to rely on ethical and dependable on-site inspectors throughout the production process. Finding the right personnel for this essential job can be difficult. Quality assurance is crucial to a company’s reputation. Companies should be able to trust that their Bangladesh-based facilities are running properly and efficiently in order to maintain their position and rise above their competition.
Companies based in Bangladesh can trust that our regionally based, on-site inspection agents are achieving and maintaining appropriate levels of quality control. Every step of production can be regulated through the use of a reliable inspection service. Our inspection services in Bangladesh include the assessment of pre-production schedules and plans to ensure timely outcomes and adequate materials.
A pre-shipment inspection provides quality control for your product before your order is shipped. a QIMA inspector will test products for proper function and quality requirements, sending products that does not meet client specifications back into production before being shipped off-site. After your manufactured product has been confirmed, inspectors can perform a container loading check to insure that the proper product and quantity are packaged and securely loaded before final payment is made and the product shipped. All inspection results and client specifications are confirmed in detailed reports supported with photographs delivered the same day as the inspection.
Reports are also compiled and supplied to our clients to keep them apprised of the development and resolution of issues at Bangladesh-based production facilities. The output and reporting methods of our quality assurance inspectors ensure satisfaction, allowing our clients to focus on other pressing aspects of multinational business. The consistent communication from the production site to company headquarters is designed to put clients at ease with the international manufacturing process.
Our quality control measures in Bangladesh ensure that your goods meet all industry and international standards and requirements. Reports are filed in a timely fashion to keep our clients up-to-date on the issues that can affect company output.
For more information on our services in Bangladesh and other Asian countries, please contact us
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