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Purchase Process

5 Steps to Successfully Deal with Suppliers in Asia

The frenzy of April’s trade shows is far away now and you collected many contacts for a potential supplier deal in Asia. What do you ... Continue Reading

5 steps to successfully deal with suppliers in Asia
Quality Management

Interpreting the percentage of defects from the AQL result

When reading the AQL result of an inspection report, it is quite natural to calculate the % of defects over the sample size and then ... Continue Reading

Interpreting the percentage of defects from the AQL result by the Quality Control Blog
Inspection Process

What is the defect sorting service for

After a failed pre-shipment inspection, many buyers are unsure about how to deal with the situation and what measures to take: ship, reject, negotiate, re-inspect ... Continue Reading

AQF_Pourquoi recourrir au service de triage des défauts selon le Quality Control Blog
Inspection Process

Understanding the term general defect in an inspection report

When performing an inspection based on the AQL samping rule, the quality inspector usually checks the workmanship of the manufactured goods and reports the defects ... Continue Reading

AQF_Understanding the term general defect in an inspection report by the Quality Control Blog
Quality Management

What to do after a failed inspection

The pre-shipment inspection is the last chance for the buyer to detect defects and identify unacceptable quality before the shipping of the goods. What to ... Continue Reading

AQF - Que faire avec un résultat d'inspection FAIL selon le Quality Control Blog
Inspection Process

Different AQL sampling size for critical, major and minor defects

Behind its simple aspect, the AQL table is complex, especially when we need to define the AQL sampling size for product inspection. We all know ... Continue Reading

AQF_AQL sampling size for critical major minor defects by the Quality Control Blog