Overview

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

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Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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For new/customized products

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

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Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Working with Sofeast

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Quality assurance solutions

Product Inspections

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

Comment on this FAQ

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Factory Audits

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

Comment on this FAQ

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Quality Consulting

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

Comment on this FAQ

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Supply chain management solutions

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

Comment on this FAQ

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

Comment on this FAQ

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Compliance and Certification

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

Comment on this FAQ

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

Comment on this FAQ

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Logistics

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

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Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Product engineering solutions pricing FAQs

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

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Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Quality Assurance solutions pricing FAQs

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Supplier Identification

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Non-food consumer goods (from textiles to electronics) and mechanical products (for industrial or automotive use).

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Compliance Testing Consulting FAQs

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Supply chain management solutions pricing FAQs

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

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In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

Comment on this FAQ

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

Comment on this FAQ

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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Free trade zone facility FAQs

Unfortunately, some product inspections are failed as for whatever reason/s the products don’t reach your quality standard. A positive of this is that you found out before products were shipped to you all the way from China!

We will help you take the next steps to solve the issues. Here’s how…

  1. You may choose to accept all of the products anyway after receiving the inspection report. Perhaps it’s possible to negotiate a rebate or discount with the supplier?
  2. You may follow up the inspection with a 100% inspection to filter out the ‘good’ products which can then be shipped to you, while the ‘bad’ products are returned to your supplier for repair, rework, or scrap while you get a rebate.
  3. The supplier can send staff to our free trade zone facility in Shenzhen to do rework or repair. Alternatively, we can do the repair/rework for you with our own team, too.

As we’re a 2nd party firm, you can expect us to provide some guidance on why the quality issues are occurring and how to fix them in the future. Our supplier performance management solutions can be very helpful if you need help in pushing suppliers to reach your standards.

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

In general, we use random sampling inspections where the inspector will use AQL tables to produce the correct sample number. This allows us to randomly select a sample of products from a given batch which will be representative of the overall quality of the batch.

Not all inspections benefit from this method, though, and so other inspections, such as 100% inspections (where every piece is checked), are also provided.

If you’re interested in defining your own sample sizes, try our free AQL calculator tool to work out your own.

Comment on this FAQ

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Product quality inspections can’t guarantee 100% perfect quality, because a product’s quality comes from its initial design, the inputs used, and the production processes, as well as other factors, too. Rather, inspections will help you reduce risks and find quality issues early enough to make a difference (such as before a production run is completed).

We see ‘quality’ as a continually improving concept (a robust Quality Assurance Plan can help this happen) and inspections are a part of that.

But to truly guarantee better quality, work needs to be done at an earlier stage with product design (DFQ), reliability testing, and controlling risks in your supply chain. We can help with reliability testing and lab testing, so contact us to discuss these.

Comment on this FAQ

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After we conduct product inspections for you your inspector will provide you with a detailed inspection report which outlines the results.

Take a look at some real sample reports here:

Sample Inspection Reports

The reports include:

  • Inspection checkpoints
  • Results
  • Images (of defects etc)

Comment on this FAQ

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Follow this link to explore the product inspections that we offer, and learn more about what they include, their cost, and how long they take.

Most inspections are done within 1 day (sometimes with several QC technicians working alongside each other). Sometimes it takes longer, depending on the number of products and the complexity of the work.

If you are a new client, contact us and give us the product details & photos, as well as the order quantity breakdown. We will suggest an inspection plan and, once we know what city the factory is located in, we will confirm a quotation.

If you are a new client, simply log in www.sofeast-booking.com and schedule the inspection. We will get back to you shortly.

Once you have selected the product inspection that you require, you will need to use our simple booking system to organize your inspection.

You first need to create your company’s private account.
Then, you need to log in at https://sofeast-booking.com, select the right service, and fill out the form.

It is all explained in How To Use Sofeast’s Booking System For Product Inspections.

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