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Creative Business Makes Things Right

This article originally appeared in the Blair Business Mirror What started as a family-owned shoe manufacturing company in 1986 has transitioned into a trusted place where companies can turn to for help when imported goods did not meet specifications or quality standards upon arrival in the United States.   Quality Corrections & Inspections, headquartered in Duncansville, […]

The Role of Product Rework in Successful Supply Chain Execution

Quality Corrections & Inspections (QCI) performs a wide variety of product inspection, repair, and rework services for customers around the world.  With over 35 years of experience in performing product rework, we have some unique insights on the quiet role that our services deliver to help companies in the apparel, footwear, accessories, and consumer goods […]

Repairing and Restoring Imported Handbag Shipments

Repairing and Restoring Imported Handbag Shipments It is a well know fact that consumers are obsessed with their bags!  They are regularly taunted with the season’s latest handbag designs via national advertising campaigns, direct marketing, social media posts, and celebrity influencers.  Women covet a well-made handbag, while men envision themselves in a new messenger bag, […]

FAQs About Conducting Product Inspections on Inbound Goods

Quality Corrections & Inspections performs a wide variety of product inspection, repair and rework services.  Many of our customers and clients that contact us for the first time or, those that are just learning about our services may come across an alphabet soup of acronyms and other terminology related to product inspections, repair and rework […]

FAQ’s About Product Import Compliance and Reworks

Quality Corrections & Inspections performs a wide variety of product inspection, repair and rework services.  Many of our customers and clients that contact us for the first time or, those that are just learning about our services may come across an alphabet soup of acronyms and other terminology related to product inspections, repair and rework […]

Quality Corrections & Inspections Celebrates 35th Anniversary

January 28, 2021 – Quality Corrections & Inspections, a trusted supply chain resource partner providing product rework services to companies around the world, is celebrating its 35-year anniversary in 2021. Founded in the heart of central Pennsylvania in 1986, the company had the vision to convert their family-owned shoe manufacturing facility into a trusted place […]

Garment Measurement Mishaps

Fit and comfort are among the most critical considerations a consumer makes when purchasing apparel. Your goal as an importer or retailer of apparel goods is to always to provide your customers with well made garments that meets their expectations. However, managing garment quality can be especially difficult when it comes to importing the garments […]

How to Manage Supply Chain Disruptions During the Holidays

RIS News, an essential source of information for retail executives, recently shared our insights on trends to consider to make it through supply chain disruptions this holiday season. You can read the entire article here. Quality Corrections & Inspections is a leading provider of product inspection, repair, and rework services to companies in the apparel, […]

Solving Inventory Management and Quality Assurance Challenges Amid COVID-19

As retail stores and business start to open again across the U.S., supply chain and quality managers may be pressed to creatively solve new and emerging issues as they adjust to getting operations running smoothly again.   Already, as they are looking towards the future of their operations, inventory management, product integrity and quality issues are […]

Mold Prevention & Treatment on Imported Footwear & Apparel

Mold formation on imported products can be a significant challenge for distributors and retailers. When products arrive with mold damage, it can cost the importer thousands of dollars in product loss. It also sets back timelines when they must order new products to replace the damaged shipment. No importers want to deal with mold formations, […]

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