An Initial Produciton Check help ensure your first run quality requirements are consistent what factory is produced and to help minimize wasted time, scrap product, rework and shipping delays in the late production stage.
Initial Production Check (IPI)
An Initial Production Check (IPC/IPI) is an on-site Production Inspection takes place when approximately 10-20% of total order quantity is finished. Our IPI service is the first step to safeguards your production risks in the later stage, all for only $245 USD per manday*.
InSpec by BV uses ANSI/ASQ Z1.4 sampling procedures, which is used world widely for the inspection services of consumer products. Leverage Bureau Veritas (BV) decades of experience, our comprehensive criteria are well covered such as the conformity of product material, style and color against your given sample. As well as:
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Why do you need Initial Production Check (IPI)?
With few simple steps, you can book your next day inspection online and receive your report the same day.
Next day inspection, same day report
Our dedicated team can support your product needs based on our decades of experience which we carried out around 400,000+ inspections each year for products in almost every categories.
Dedicated customer support
Conformity Check (i.e. product material, style, color, construction & accessories)
Workmanship / Visual (basic function and appearance)
Packing and Packaging
Labelling, Printed materials and Markings
Why choose us?
Starting from only USD$245 per man day*. Flat rates for inspection services with instant quotes.
All-inclusive pricing, no hidden cost
*You can book 15-days in advance to take advantage the early bird discounted price. Our standard price is $288 USD per man day. All-inclusive pricing with no hidden cost.
You'll get a comprehensive Inspection Report the SAME DAY with color coded inspection result rating of “PASSED”, “INCONCLUSIVE” or “FAILED”. Every report includes detailed pictures, for you to see what our inspector sees at the factory level.