Inspection And Quality Control
Key areas of footwear inspection and Quality Control
Careful calculation and alignment of the insole length of the shoe, insole width, toe rise, heel height and back height for proper fitting, balance and sizing
Check for stitching problems, including seam strength testing and fraying checks, skipped stitches, feed abrasion marks, open stitches, twisted stitches and puckered seams
Inspection of the eyelet including pairing checks, spacing, sharp parts, deformation and looseness
Heel inspection including denting testing, webbing and proper fastening by nails, screws or staples
Testing on site, including labeling and vulcanization tests for rubber outsoles, function and fatigue tests on closures, bonding tests, flex tests, rocking tests, fabric tests and special features such as waterproofing and stain resistance testing
Check compliance with legal footwear requirements, including protective footwear standards, child footwear requirements and country of origin and material composition labeling requirements
Inspection of packaging, including checking of polybags, barcodes and carton assortment for compliance with requirements, as well as checking of retail packagings, such as shoe position within retail shoe boxes, proper sizing stickers, paper or paper card shapes and silica gels
Why Hire PRINCE OVERSEAS to Manage Inspection and Quality Control?
With Asia accounting for more than 80% of global footwear
production, our experienced and professional inspectors are available throughout most of Asia to meet your inspection and quality control needs. Contact us today to start with customized pre-shipment footwear inspections to manage product quality!