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Packaging Inspection

The start of our packaging inspection covers all industry standard elements such as: examination of original sealed packaging, verification of label and marking authenticity, and identification of discrepant reference information. The resulting evidence, however, may be open to subjective interpretation without the integration of corroborating supporting pieces of evidence into a collective profile.
At Classic, in addition to following industry defined package inspection criteria, our specially trained inspection team uses forensic analysis & profiling to identify evidence from seemingly innocuous information. By increasing our inspection scope to even the tiniest of fragments, we are confident in providing a complete inspection resulting in only the most objective and unerring outcome.

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Component Inspection

The start of our component inspection covers all industry standard elements such as: verification of parts in carrier, analysis of component surface, and examination of leads. As with packaging inspection, the evidence resulting from component inspection may be open to subjective interpretation without the integration of corroborating supporting pieces of evidence into a collective profile.
At Classic, in addition to following industry defined package inspection criteria, our specially trained inspection team uses forensic analysis & profiling to identify evidence from seemingly innocuous information. By increasing our inspection scope to even the tiniest of fragments, we are confident in providing a complete inspection resulting in only the most objective and unerring outcome.

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Escalated Inspection

As the sophistication of counterfeit material increases, the likelihood of detecting counterfeits utilizing simple visual techniques becomes less likely. It then becomes necessary to utilize specialized tools and advanced techniques to collect vital evidence for positive identification. When utilizing tools, factors such as calibration, tolerances and specification complicate the inspection process which require more expertise to validate results. Even industry standards that address these advanced inspection methods do not provide clear acceptable or unacceptable criteria due to the variability of the results themselves and its complexity.

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