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Pre-Delivery Inspection

Pre-Delivery Inspection

Pre-Delivery Inspection

Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI)

AIM Control offers a pre-delivery inspection prior to the final delivery of machine and equipment goods as the industrial products in new example new car, vehicles and automobile or new home.

It is important for new product completely before delivery to ensure that the goods perfectly all right, in excellent and satisfactory condition.


There are many ways to call pre-delivery inspection as pre-loading survey (for marine & shipping) or pre-shipment inspection (quality control and certificate for goods) but the scope of survey is the same.

Before a shipment of product is ready for customer, AIM Control's inspector is carrying out Pre Delivery Inspection (PDI) must be performed on the goods. This inspection not only ensures that in 100% perfect condition, but also completes finishing accessories and devices, etc.

The results of pre delivery inspections are to AIM Control issues a certificate to guarantee that no problems.

The PDI checklists of quality will be noted any items of product that are damaged, missing, incomplete, defecting or not operating properly for user doing warranty complaints.

 For example Vehicle Inspection List

  • Brake Systems

  • Cargo Securement

  • Coupling Devices

  • Driveline Components

  • Driveshaft Components

  • Exhaust Systems

  • Frames

  • Fuel Systems

  • Lighting Devices

  • Steering Mechanisms

  • Suspensions

  • Tires

  • Van Trailer Bodies

  • Open-Top Trailer Bodies

  • Wheels

  • Rims and Hubs

  • Windshield Wipers

AIM Control’s trained technicians who conduct the a full pre delivery survey in high levels of service complying fully with a manufacturer, dealer as well purchasers and sellers assemble and test all guidelines.


Stage of pre-delivery inspection carried

  • Sample Evaluation

  • Factory Supplier Audit Visits (several criteria, QMS & risks)

  • Pre Delivery Inspection (PDI) – acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection is used as a criterion for inspection with level in ISO to remedy any identified problems at this time.

  • Goods Receipt Inspection (warehouse or destination)

  • Container Stuffing (Can be done together with PDI)

  • Post-delivery Inspections (Random sample Check or Can Result in 100% Rejection of Consignment)

Product pre-delivery survey is to control risk of cargo instability under a term of the contract which relates to the condition which is the final check carried out by AIM’s surveyors and inspectors on any cargo of shipment at either delivery address or receipt location before it is presented to the purchaser.

AIM’s PDI Certification issued to guarantee that the full technically inspection, visually survey and function tests has been carried out and that there are no problems the interior, exterior and all aspects (what exactly undamaged, in proper operating condition, in sound and a certain relevant parameter standard).


PVoC (pre-export verification of conformity) and PII (pre-import inspection)

Cargo pre-delivery reasons report is the results of inspecting, witnessing, tallying on the actual status of goods for counter signing at the site time.

Sometimes, also loss control or damage investigation as followings: 

At before and during of shipped

  • Seaworthiness the means of transportation of shipping carriers

  • Handling and Lashing activities.

At prior and period of discharged

  • Damage and its defects (in actual fact)

  • Quantity and its shortage


It is important to understand that passing a PDI does not absolve (exempt) suppliers from their liability if product quality is not acceptable under designed use.

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