It’s faster and cheaper to prevent problems than it is to fix them. That’s why we recommend our Initial Production Check (IPC) services for any business that conducts large-scale manufacturing runs. You could catch potential ten-thousand-dollar problems well in advance, saving you a huge amount of time and money.
This type of check is carried out before your manufacturing run starts, typically within the first 20% of the process.
Rather than checking the products, an initial production check (IPC) will inspect both the machinery and the materials to be used, in order to guarantee the highest possible standards as well as complete consistency across the production run.
By heading off potential problems before the manufacturing process begins, you can prevent a number of issues from occurring:
- Checking the quality of the materials and components used means that you can guarantee a much higher standard of product. This can help enhance your reputation among your customers, and give you a much better chance of repeat custom.
- You can avoid the risk of inferior products. Unfortunately, it’s not unheard of for companies to discover that the materials used were not of the standard specified in the design. You should never run the risk of paying for a higher standard of quality than you actually receive.
- An initial production check (IPC) is likely to pick up any potential issues in manufacturing, i.e. compatibility problems between parts, or between the machinery and other components. These issues, if left undiagnosed, could add weeks to the manufacturing process, costing you more time, resources, and money.
Essentially, an initial production check acts as an ‘early warning’ check against future issues. Rather than have to fix problems at your own expense at a later date, you can catch and prevent them earlier.
The quality of your products can be the difference between a huge profit margin and a lot of happy customers, or a poor reputation and struggling to make money.
That’s why you shouldn’t rely on anyone less than the best to carry out your manufacturing process. At Inspection Managing, we’ve spent more than a decade conducting inspections for firms all over the world, and we’d love to do the same for you.
At Global Inspection Managing, our inspectors are fully GIM qualified, meeting inspection standards ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 (ISO 2859-1). We want to help you build a reputation as a brand creating quality products, and our inspectors guarantee your checks will be carried out to the highest professional standards.
Issues with manufacturing cost firms tens of thousands of dollars each year. For larger manufacturing run, the figures can add up into the hundreds of thousands…even millions of dollars.
With that in mind, we’re delighted to say that our GIM certified inspectors are available for as little as 289 USD per day, per man.
Of course, if you’d like to find out more about how we can help your business make more money, you can get in touch with Global Inspection Managing today. We’d love to hear from you.