Inspections, Audits and Lab Testing in Vietnam

QIMA provides inspection, audits and lab testing services in Vietnam to help brands and suppliers ensure products compliance throughout their supply chain.

Inspections, Audits and Lab Testing in Vietnam

Guaranteed on-site inspections anywhere in Vietnam within 48 hours. Inspection reports are delivered within 24 hours of the inspection and include detailed pictures. You see what our inspector sees

Local Vietnamese auditors are highly trained specialists across ethical, structural, environmental and manufacturing audits. They understand the region’s language, culture, laws, practices and regulations

ISO/IEC 17025 accredited and CPSC approved laboratory testing covering a wide range of consumer products such as textiles, footwear, food contact materials and toys.


Quality Control & Compliance Services in Vietnam

  • On-site inspectors provide assessments and troubleshooting as needed throughout the manufacturing process.
  • QIMA offers the highest caliber of inspectors within Vietnam. Our inspector network is highly trained and skilled in their areas of expertise.
  • Audits conform to QIMA’s own in-house best-in-class protocols, or recognized international standards
  • Clients are allowed to modify or cancel orders up until 4:00 p.m. (China time) the day before the scheduled inspection at a Vietnam-based facility.
  • Lab testing experts are trained and certified in regulatory standards and the newest testing methods to help clients build tailor-made testing protocols.
  • Easy online booking for all services and a customizable dashboard for clients to manage orders, access data and analyze results – anywhere, anytime.


Advantages of Doing Business in Vietnam

In recent years, Vietnam has become more involved in the world economy, opening its doors to international business interests and opportunities. The 21st century has brought a number of technological advances and significant economic growth to the country. Although China has had a head-start working with and adapting to foreign quality expectations, production in Vietnam is gaining ground.

Vietnam offers advantages to businesses worldwide. The country is rich in natural resources like rubber and material for aluminum production. Vietnam has made major investments in education and infrastructure and the number of laborers in Vietnam who have technical training and skill sets has grown dramatically while the costs of both production and living remain lower than in China. Vietnam also presents an opportunity to increase geopolitical diversity in the supply chain, as strained relations with China and resulting tariffs have not affected operations in Vietnam. And Vietnam has free trade agreements with several countries, as well as tax incentives for companies that move operations into Vietnam.

In the business world, particularly where competition is fierce, quality assurance can make or break a company's reputation. The growing international business landscape in Vietnam is no exception, calling for trustworthy on-site inspection and product testing throughout the production process. Companies taking advantage of opportunities in Vietnam, where manufacturing and packing facilities are often located far from company headquarters, must be able to verify that production lines are running efficiently and producing high quality goods. A trusted quality control partner with an established presence in the country can help. 


QIMA quality solution in Vietnam

Companies based in Vietnam can trust that QIMA can offer the quality solution you need. Every step of production can be regulated through our inspection, audit and testing services. From raw materials to finished products, our team in Vietnam is there to help you and your suppliers ensure product compliance in your destination country.

For more information on the services we provide in Vietnam and other Asian countries, please contact us


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With over 2,500 trained and qualified inspectors and auditors, we guarantee to be at any factory within 48 hours. We follow the strictest hiring standards, employing only university graduates, with a minimum requirement of five years experience in quality control and auditing. Each inspector and auditor is native to the area in which they work, with an unparalleled expertise in local business practices.

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