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George Huang

George Huang

George Huang was born in Nanjing, China and grew up in California and Nevada. George worked at InTouch and later Asia Quality Focus from 2015 until 2019. At 195cm tall, George is an excellent sportsman and can be found running around on the volleyball courts every weekend.
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Recent Posts

Import Lights into the EU? How to Ensure Lighting Label Compliance

by George Huang on 24 Apr 2019 | 1 Comment
Here are the most common EU lighting label requirements and how pre-shipment inspection can help you identify any issues.

Topics: Product Inspection, Legal Requirements

10 Factory Quality Audit Checklist Essentials

by George Huang on 2 Jan 2019 | 10 Comments
A little risk is inevitable when manufacturing abroad. But don't let that risk define your supplier relationships. A quality audit checklist with these 10 points can help you make objective decisions about business partnerships.

Topics: Manufacturing Tips & Advice, Auditing Factories, Working with Factories

FDA Inspection Readiness: What to Expect and How to Prepare

by George Huang on 26 Sep 2018 | 0 Comments
How can you ensure FDA inspection readiness? Start here by learning the four types of FDA inspections. Then develop a plan and prepare before inspectors arrive at your doorstep.

Topics: Working with Factories, Legal Requirements

5 Dangers of Using the Same Inspector for All Your QC Inspections

by George Huang on 16 May 2018 | 0 Comments
Using only one inspector to manage your product QC sounds efficient and effective, but is it really? Check out these 5 commonly overlooked dangers of using one inspector and how multiple inspectors can help you hedge your risk.

Topics: Product Inspection

When to Adjust AQL to Better Reflect Quality Expectations

by George Huang on 21 Mar 2018 | 2 Comments
Quality expectations rarely remain unchanged for importers, or their customers. Your AQL standards should change along with your expectations. Find out here when adjusting your AQL can help make your inspection results better reflect your expectations.

Topics: Product Inspection, Acceptable Quality Level (AQL)

3 Ways Total Product Destruction Could Save Your Import Business

by George Huang on 14 Feb 2018 | 0 Comments
Destroying your own products to prevent damaging your brand may sound counterintuitive. But product destruction can actually save your import business from defective or harmful products that can hurt your brand reputation and harm customers.

Topics: Product Destruction

How AQF Prevents Corruption Issues from Hijacking Your Product QC

by George Huang on 29 Nov 2017 | 0 Comments
Is your inspector accepting a bribe? Some corruption issues in product QC are direct, while others are far subtler. But InTouch protects you from all of them.

Topics: Product Inspection, Working with Factories

Why “Quality Fade” is Killing Your Products and What to Do About It

by George Huang on 18 Oct 2017 | 4 Comments
Are you experiencing a gradual decline in product quality over time? You might have gotten too complacent with your factory. Here's what to do about "quality fade"!

Topics: Product Inspection, Working with Factories

5 Essential Garment Inspection Steps to Protect Your Quality

by George Huang on 5 Jul 2017 | 2 Comments
The last thing garment importers want is for their products to not fit as intended. Follow these 5 steps to garment inspection to avoid quality issues!

Topics: Product Inspection, Textile Products, Legal Requirements, Packaging

Prevent Quality Defects in Your Products by Clarifying Requirements

by George Huang on 31 May 2017 | 0 Comments
For importers manufacturing in Asia, clarifying product requirements with your factory is one of the best methods for managing product quality & preventing quality defects.

Topics: Product Inspection, Quality Control Checklist