Pre-shipment inspection is a part of supply chain management and an important quality control method for checking the quality of goods bought by clients. Inspection at the pre-shipment stage helps ensure that items being shipped complies with governing purchase order, contract, and specification. Pre-shipment inspection is agreed upon between a buyer, a supplier and a bank and can be used to initiate payment for the letter of credit

Pre-shipment Inspection is a critical step prior to the shipment of items from suppliers worldwide. Before the items are shipped out, it is essential to perform an inspection to minimize the risk of loss due to nonconforming items, incorrect quantities, inadequate packing, pre-shipment damages, and missing shipment documents. Inspection during loading and unloading of cargo items onto trucks, ships or vessels is an integral part of the pre-shipment inspection to ensure no damages occur during this process and the items are loaded and placed onto vessel as per the client instruction or requirement.

SEACORR Engineering provides pre-shipment inspection services on behalf of clients, in UAE and all over the world. Items are inspected for visual condition, quantity check, packing as per client instruction and document review pre-shipment. Items can also be witnessed during the loading and unloading of items into ship vessel to ensure no damage is caused due to mishandling during the loading/unloading of the shipment process.

Pre-shipment inspection is carried out for materials such as pipes & plates, bulk items such as compressors, generators, turbines, etc. Pre-shipment inspection reduces risks inherent to fraud.

SEACORR Engineering has provided pre-shipment inspection on behalf of major reputed Third Party Inspection companies such as DNV GL, Lloyds Register and ABSG in countries like UAE, Oman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), China, Indonesia, India, Italy, Belgium, UK, Spain, and USA.