Goods Inspection


PSI generally is a part of the supply chain process and an important quality control method for checking the quality of goods before shipment.

To ensure the compliance of production with specifications of the buyer and/or the terms of a purchase order or letter of credit, the PSI process will be required. PSI also can diminish the inherent risks of E-commerce like phishing or fraud. This inspection can be conducted when your goods have been produced and %70 packing is progressed. In this stage, the inspector can check the packing procedure, and randomly unpack the items for sampling.

2R company as an approved inspection company by Iranian National Standard Organization (INSO) and Central Bank of Iran (CBI), provides PSI services in order to supervise and expedite the import of goods to Iran and issue Certificate of Inspection (COI) or Verification of Conformity (VOC).

The scope of mandatory or statutory Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI) includes the following:

–        Quality & Quantity
–        Review of Document
–        Packing & Marking
–        Loading Supervision
–        Cargo, Container & Tank inspection


To Issue COI for Iranian Costumers also below document and activities are required:

1- Inspection Report (IR): Goods during production should be inspected and tested as per international and/or ISIRI related standards. Then the Inspection Report will be issued by an inspection company.

2- Manufacture Declaration (MD): Manufacturer should declare the compatibility of the goods with reference standards.

3- Test Report (TR): Manufacturer QC department should issue all required data and test results in test sheet and final test report format.

4- Certificate of Inspection (COI): After gathering all above-mentioned documents, the Inspection Company will issue COI and submit all the package to standard offices in customs.


During Production Inspection (DUPRO or DPI) is used to guarantee the uniformity of actual production and specification. Also, it will make simultaneous adjustments in the production cycle and buyer be able to make critical decisions at an early stage and avoid potentially catastrophic surprises later in the production cycle.

ITP (Inspection and Test Plan) is a reference document for this service and inspector will be responsible for all mentioned activities which prepared with all involved parties: Buyer, Seller & Inspection company.

ITP is the main document for DPI contracts.