Tag Archive: packaging

Feb
25

Pallets from China can pose risks to supply chains

For this post, we welcome a friend to the Pro QC team, Daniel M. Krassenstein, as a guest blogger.   Many U.S. importers regard procurement cost and pallet vendor selection as the shippers’ burden, but this is risky and exposes an importer to severe supply chain disruptions should their pallets not be compliant with local requirements and …

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Jan
06

5 Reasons Packaging Integrity Matters

Packaging is considered to be both the presentation of products to consumers, as well as the configuration in which products will be expedited through various channels. The master carton or “pack” design includes the configuration in which product will be shipped through channels for end-user consumption, making it especially important where packaging integrity is concerned. Here’s …

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Sep
18

Evaluating inspection reports

Many companies anxiously await product quality inspection results and focus on the “accept” or “reject” status alone.  However, it is important to note that useful information exists within the details that are worth examining.  Here are a few things that should be considered: Defect Trends – An accepted inspection doesn’t mean that no defects were …

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May
04

Your quality questions answered

We’ve  answered many of our most commonly asked quality questions in our newsletter.  As a recap, here are the most popular: What happens during a pre-shipment inspection? What is a “drop test”? How do you address the issue of a supplier that has the desired capabilities but is inconsistent in quality performance? What is root …

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