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India’s major exports of different fabrics world renowned. Yet the product has to comply to the stringent guidelines which must meet the importer’s terms and principles for sound quality management and acceptance.

To regulate and monitor quality standards in a fabric manufacturing organisation, comprehensive inspection is required before the final product gets rejected by the potential buyer. To help gain equity, fair trade practices and firm quality assurance in the market, regular inspection of the product becomes a turning point to generate goodwill, encouraging trust and grow business in today’s competitive environment.

Importance Of A Fabric Inspection Agency

The role of inspection in any manufacturing process enhances its value, customer trust and reliability. In case of fabric inspection too, the process helps maintain brand loyalty because it helps maintain stringent quality levels. In this sense, fabric inspection agencies do create a bonding of trust between the supplier and the retailers even when the two parties are sitting quite a distance apart or have different countries of working.

Therefore, a fabric inspection certificate can be a lifesaving drug for the manufacturing industry.

OSS Fabric Inspection Certification

With a fully charged team of professional inspectors, OSS has proven to be important in its inspection certification leading to a successful quality management system and a product without deviating standards.

The objective of OSS is to undertake a very scrupulous procedure wherein each aspect of the Inspection ensures that the fabrication process is handled brilliantly and nonconformities/defects are corrected in time. That is why from raw material handling to a full fabric manufacture, OSS Fabric Inspection does not miss on its promise and delivers the best of services throughout different stages of the production process.

Importance Of OSS Certification

OSS offers an all-inclusive inspection which monitors the entire production up to pre-delivery packaging of fabric. Every intricacy, documentation and style of packaging is covered. For the purpose, a thorough inspection coverage is provided which OSS efficiently provides.

The certification process at OSS is not only to provide quality material to the client but it also looks to eliminate a number of hazards including risks at workplace, regulatory contradictions and other shortcomings that inhibit the objectives of a company. It covers these three types of risks including:

Critical Hazards– Unsafe working conditions like spiked out electricity wires, leaking roof or short circuit danger, working without safety equipment, open machine exposure, non-compliance with regulations, warning labels missing, etc.

Major Hazards – Risk of fabric rejec tion due to colour asymmetry, jumbled threads, holes or cuts leading to usability failure that prevents it to sell in the market, etc.

Minor Hazards – Small unnoticeable defects which may not influence product sale yet are counted as errors.Inspection at every stage of the fabric manufacturing process is the need to maintain stringent quality control and business trust. OSS strives to follow the rules stringently and provides its services at these crucial stages of inspection:

Pre-production Inspection: OSS checks the quality of raw material to counter incoming material duplicity and misrepresentation of products.

During Production Inspection: After the mill running process, the fabric is checked by collecting samples and disconformity identified in the inspection report which is also reported to the factory.

Garment Inline Inspection: A crucial inspection strategy, samples of both semi-finished and finished products are taken and matched with their specifications to ensure the entire batch is qualified. A deviation found in the sampling is followed by instant information to the factory and corrective action is ensued. Safety visual checks and social compliance are done

Before delivery: A final inspection is done by the inspector who also carries out loading supervision to guarantee a safe cargo to the destination.

Other inspection mechanisms like detailed fabric check, garment markers and labelling including registered identification number (RN) on each dispatch, country of making, content of mix in fabric, etc. also form part of the investigation. The inspector also checks that fabric size and length comply with the relevant standards specified.

After a full assessment of the packaging list and carton count along with weight, shipping label and packaging slip, a green nod is given to the consignment despatch team. Fabric should also meet its garment shade identification.

Once the complete inspection is done, the fabric manufacturer is ensured of a good quality of product which he can freely sell anywhere in the world without any shortcomings