KGA Cargo Shipment Audits
The transportation of goods globally involves a definitive process of inspection. With physical hands-on examination of goods by qualified inspectors, imported or exported goods are put through a rigorous regulatory checklist. These types of controls are put in place to protect those exporting and receiving goods between countries and to protect the citizens of the country of port. This helps to avoid financial setbacks due to low quality packaging or safety issues which delays in trade. Auditors have a list of exchange controls they follow while inspecting onsite cargo to ensure the goods in those containers are those contracted for.
To put it simply, if say you are shipping a quality grade hammer, that is what must be in the container. This prevents fraud, low-quality or damaged goods from being cleared. Inspectors check for quality, materials, content and safety of handlers and adhere to the contract made for the shipment of those goods.
With so many people involved in what it takes to ship, truck or fly cargo to and from, inspection by a third-party auditing company such as The Kent Group, with its team of highly trained and skilled assessors, is indispensable. The assessor ensures there are no shortages, the quality is up to code, which in turn keeps trade moving smoothly.
All goods must undergo the necessary physical inspections and have the documents to back that inspection up before goods are cleared and dispatched to their global ports. Adherence means the difference between increased profit for your business or financial loss. These inspections apply to truck trade, sea shipments and air cargo. Inspection is what we at The Kent Group handle for you, so corrections can be addressed before your cargo leaves for its destination.
Call 973-402-5899 or contact us about our Cargo Shipment Audits services can help you.