One of the permanent concerns in international business transactions, especially when purchasing imported goods is distrusting the partner and uncertainty in full implementation commitments undertaken by him. Pre-shipment inspection (if properly applied) can be used to reduce the concerns. Applying this mechanism, the commitments and responsibilities of the seller will be accurately inspected before the payment and shipment. With proper supervision and control of the quality and quantity of goods purchased by the independent inspector, not only disputes between the buyer and the seller but also the buyer's concern over the possible causes will be reduced to a high.
You can follow further discuss at the "Packing and Pre-shipment Inspection" seminar which is to be hold on 25 & 26 May 2015 from 8:30 to 12:30 at the place of Iran Chamber of Commerce. The lecturers will be Mr. Mohammad Saleh Zoghi, Senior Director of ICC Iran Advisory Services and Secretary of Commercial Law and Practice Commission and Mr. Malekreza Malekpour, member of ICC Iran Commission on Customs & Trade Facilitation to professionally discuss the related issues. Businessmen, Importers, Exporters, corporate executives, employees, bankers, insurance companies, attorneys, lawyers and international contract experts are recommended to attend this seminar.
For more information visit seminar section of the site.