In international trade, the general terms signed by the buyer and the seller are L / C or T / T. Usually, when the goods have not arrived at the destination port, the customer needs to pay off most of the payment for goods to the supplier. In order to avoid quality risk and international trade risk, the buyer entrusts a third party inspection company to carry out loading inspection. The general operation is that the inspectors of the third party inspection company arrive at the loading site and monitor the whole process of the supplier to load the goods into the container.It is ensured that the items and quantity loaded into the container by the supplier are completely consistent with the order provided by the customer.
Many consumers will think that loading inspection is the same as pre shipment inspection.Please see Pre Shipment Inspection to compare and there is still a difference between them. In short, the pre shipment inspection pays more attention to the quality of products, while the loading inspection pays more attention to the conformity of shipped products with orders and the safety of transportation.
Sometimes some consumers have special requirements for loading inspection.Usually,as the following two points:
These special requirements seem simple, but suppliers often have problems in this link. Because they think that loading containers only needs to load all the goods into containers,which means this bill is finished.But it is just the beginning of the import process for importers.
By adopting the loading inspection of the third party, we can ensure that our special packing requirements are fully implemented by the supplier. Especially when encountering products that are easily broken,when there is a problem, the supplier always blames on the logistics company, but turns a blind eye to the barbaric operation of his own factory in the process of loading containers, just shirking the responsibility blindly. Loading inspection can learn about the loading process of goods from the loading site and supervise the factory.
Besides importers, some middlemen, usually traders, will often please the final customers through the third party’s loading inspection, proving that the quantity of goods meets the requirements of the order completely when they are shipped from the factory. If there is a lack of strict customs management in some importing countries, such as the loss of small quantities of goods when they arrive at the destination port, traders can use the third party inspection company’s inspection container report as some degree of documentary evidence to convince the final customers that the problem of the ownership of goods lost is not in them.
Container loading inspection is the last step in the manufacturing process. Before signing and settling the final payment, make sure that the final details of your product are correct and that the actual quantity purchased has been safely loaded into your container.
The container loading supervisor ensures and verifies the actual quantity of goods loaded into the container.
The inspectors will supervise the loading process to ensure that all goods are loaded in a safe manner.