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Third Party Inspection (TPI) is an independent, unbiased group who inspects a manufacturing company’s key assets such as equipment, processes and heavy machinery. They confirm the compliance of these products, determining if they meet the legally-required international standards, codes and technical specifications. No matter where you purchase equipment from, it must meet the same international standards. Even when you work with vendors from across the world, you have the responsibility of ensuring legal compliance. Third Party Inspection services refers to independent inspection services that are provided by inspection agencies.

By definition, these inspectors are literally a “third party” who take no part in the design, procurement, fabrication, construction or installation of the equipment — in other words, they have nothing to gain or lose from the results.

As Third-Party Inspection is a necessary process for every manufacturing company, it’s important to ensure both quality and integrity in your chosen inspectors. Here, you’ll learn what factors are important when hiring your own Third-Party Inspection company.

What exactly should you look for in a third-party inspection company?

A local database of inspectors Working with vendors located abroad can add an extra layer of complexity to the third-party inspection process. It’s helpful to find a company who already has an international network and relationships with local and global third-party inspection companies abroad. They already have a database of local inspectors, saving you the time of having to find them yourself in an unfamiliar place where you may not have many contacts.

A company with a global network of third-party vendor inspectors
When dealing with international manufacturers, finding a global company who can serve as your single point of reference to access a worldwide network of offices and vendor inspection capabilities can expedite the process while saving you money. This way, they can service you in your own time zone, linking their local inspectors with your vendor — sparing you unnecessary time, travel and lodging expenses.

On-site inspection- The easiest way to inspect new equipment is to have it reviewed, tested and validated at the vendor’s or manufacturer’s location itself. Inspectors that can pre-test and approve equipment before its arrival, You want inspectors that can review, test and report back on your pre-ordered products during the actual manufacturing process, guaranteeing fully inspected equipment upon delivery to your facility.

The ISO 17020; - Requirements for the operation of various types of bodies performing inspection- specifies characteristic of these kinds of inspection agencies. Based on these requirements, these agencies must be impartial and independent in their inspection activities and in their inspection reports and results. All interested companies such as traders, buyers, sellers, engineering companies, construction companies must have access to the third party inspection services of these inspection companies. Impartial and independence conditions are very important factors for third party Inspection companies. In this direction, ISO 17020 does not allow these companies to be participated or involved in any procurement, purchasing, construction, installation and even design activities.

Take the stress out of third party inspection with CDG
CDG is a truly global, ISO 17020 accredited inspection company, enabling us to build strong relationships with local and international third party inspection companies. Our local database of inspectors and all-in-one services can save your company valuable time, money and stress.