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Physical Inspection in PSI

The OMIC Office in the country of
export carries out, on the date
mutually agreed, the quality, quantity and packing inspection and review of the test /
analysis certificate, where applicable. Th
e exporter is kindly requested to make
arrangements at the exporter’s own cost
for presentation, handling, testing, sampling,
unpacking and re-packing as deemed necessary by the OMIC inspector.
Usually, the container of FCL (Full Container Load) has to
be sealed by the inspector
after completion of stuffing, thus the inspect
ion has to be carried
out at the time of
the stuffing of the FCL container.
When the goods are found, during the inspecti
on, to be defective and/or discrepant
from the requirements and specifications of
the contract, the e
xporter or supplier is
requested to rectify them at the presence of
the inspector. Failure to do it on the same
day of the inspection under the inspector’s
witness may cause re-inspection with the
re-inspection fees to be paid by the exporte
r or rejection with
the issuance of the
Discrepancy Report (DR) instead of the Clean Report of Findings (CRF).