Inspection Certificate

An inspection certificate is a document that is used to certify that merchandise (such as perishable goods) was in good condition immediately prior to shipment. This document can be used as proof of quality in the event that there are any issues with the items that were shipped.

An Inspection Certificate includes a variety of information, such as:

  • the name and contact information of the inspector,
  • the date of inspection,
  • a description of the merchandise,
  • the signature of the inspector.

This document is an important part of any successful logistics operation, as it can help to protect both the company and its customers. In order to create an inspection certificate, an inspector will typically perform an inspection of the goods prior to shipment.

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