June & July’s Best of AQF

Asia Quality Focus’ blog gave us lots of good information regarding new policies to look for, ethical manufacturing, sourcing risks, inspection sampling and much more.  We’ve taken the top four we found to be most useful.


Risks in Doing Business in China

AQF operations team advises readers the best way to curb risk-taking in China is to establish audits of the suppliers you do business with.

Chinese Cotton Policy

AQF Quality team tells us that “Chinese cotton represents 50% of the world’s stock.”  AQF tells us that the quality isn’t as rich as other countries.  See how this policy can affect you.

Ethical manufacturing in Asia: WRAP

AQF Quality team educates its readers on the global ethical certification program started in 2000.  WRAP incorporates twelve principles which if the product meets, will receive WRAP’s stamp of approval.  Read on to see the twelve principles.

Sampling for inspection: packed, unpacked goods

AQF Operations Team gave us a look at how inspections are conducted pertaining to shipments and taking samples out.  Check out the article to see how sampling measures up with inspections.


Thank you, Asia Quality Focus, for giving us the latest on sourcing inspections.  We look forward to August’s best of.

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