By George Huang Since October 2016, we surveyed 217 visitors to our website that said they import from Asia and that “managing product quality” is their biggest manufacturing challenge. When asked “how do you plan to manage product quality” 116 of you, about 53 percent, responded with “by clearly specifying product requirements”.
By Renaud Anjoran I see a very common frustration among importers who work with Chinese suppliers. They pay for a quality inspection, some issues are found, some re-work is done… And the same issues are found on the following batch.
By Crystal Ge Imagine that you manufacture raw textiles at a factory in China, and you’re concerned about product quality. After considering your options for product inspection, you decide to hire a third-party QC company to check the rolls of finished fabric before the factory ships them. The fabric ends up failing inspection when the QC […]
By Renaud Anjoran More and more potential clients ask us, ‘can your inspector do real-time updates, in photos or videos, on WeChat or Whatsapp?’ I thought it was an interesting topic.
Habib Rhka, quality manager from Asia Quality Focus, explains how importers can guarantee the quality of products sourced in China. He was speaking at the Global Sources Summit in Hong Kong.