Inspection of Textiles & Apparel
Sanray’s extensive textile and garment inspection services ensure that you bring high-quality items to market quickly and accurately.
Because retailers and brands are often thousands of miles away from their manufacturing facilities in the textile and clothing supply chain, inspection is a crucial element of the manufacturing process to ensure quality. Sanray’s textile and garment inspection services can detect faults and non-compliance at all phases of the manufacturing process, from raw materials to completed goods.
Sanray offers Pre-production, During Manufacturing Inspection or Garment Inline Inspection, and Before Delivery Inspection services to examine textile and apparel items prior to export to analyse your goods both pre-, during, and after production.
Inspection prior to production:
- Incoming quality assurance
- Examine the raw materials
During the inspection phase of production:
- Finished product sampling
- Problems noted in the inspection report should be identified.
- Factory acknowledgement of inspection findings
In-line inspection of garments:
- To ensure the quality of the entire production batch, semi-finished and finished products are sampled.
- Develops and implements corrective action plans with the factory based on inspection findings.
- Provides housekeeping services, as well as social compliance and safety inspections.
Prior to delivery:
- Random inspection at the end
- All final goods are subjected to a thorough inspection.
- Supervision of loading
Sanray’s textile and garment inspection services help you ensure product quality by discovering a variety of faults, including:
- Defects of Critical Importance:–Sharp points or edges, stray needles left in the garment, loose studs, or missing suffocation warning labels are examples of hazardous or unsafe situations or non-compliance with rules.
- Major Flaws: –Open seams, holes, and broken stitches are examples of overall product failure or reduced usability that preclude a product from being placed on the market.
- Minor Flaws:–Items like loose threads are unlikely to hinder product usage.
Sanray conducts the following tests during textile and clothing inspections:
- Fabric Inspection:– Weight (sweaters), print quality, flaws, and hand feel are all evaluated against industry standards.
- Labeling on Clothes:– To verify that the label contains all required information, such as the registered identity number (RN), the country of origin, the fabric content/care, and the label’s placement.
- Workmanship Evaluation:- Stitching, structure, attachments and fasteners, embellishments, shading inside a garment, pattern continuity/matching, tapes and linings are all taken into consideration.
During the manufacturing process, the textile and clothing inspection technique ensures that fabric width, length, and appearance (weaving quality, splices, odours) meet the applicable norms and laws. Sanray textile and clothing inspectors check the packaging list before shipping to ensure it includes the overall carton count and carton numbers, carton dimension and weight, shipping label, style or shade identification, and related carton and packing slip counts.