Pre-Shipment Inspections

Demonstrate compliance with requirements of quality, quantity and characteristics of the goods shipped. 

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The governments of the different countries demand certain verifications on imported or exported products. It must also be taken into account the requirements of those who carry out commercial operations and seek to reduce the risks of errors such as type of goods, legal identification, labeling, or packaging 


With supply chains becoming increasingly global in scope, companies must ensure that the products quality and quantity that they receive comply with their country’s specifications and regulations, as well as the company’s own specific requirements. Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI) will give you peace of mind that your shipments meet the highest standards throughout the entire supply chain and will allow you to correct any defects or nonconformities that may appear at source. Gain competitiveness and agility with our service!

PSI is a physical evaluation of products before they are dispatched, carried out by a third-party independent body, such as IRAM.


Where can it be carried out? It can be conducted at the manufacturer’s facilities or at the port where samples are randomly selected according to the requirements specified by the customer. Once completed, you will receive a report containing technical details of verifications and photographic evidence.

  • Integrity of the unit
  • Quality and quantity
  • Conformity to specifications
  • Safety warnings and markings
  • Agreed product conformity
  • Type of identification
  • Safety
  • Functionality
  • Packing

While pre-shipment inspection ensures compliance with pre-shipment requirements, when products and materials move through multiple carriers for long distances, a number of accidents, errors and even fraudulent acts may adversely affect your business. These risks can be mitigated through our post-shipment inspections.

  • Comply with import requirements from different countries’ authorities
  • Access export markets
  • Gain competitive advantages
  • Improve products and services appearance