ISC’s clients are mostly the buyers and sellers who appoint us to look after their interests at load ports and discharge ports.
Our expertise together with real professionalism always help facilitate smooth execution of their shipments to the satisfaction of both the buyers and sellers.
ISC also serves the requirements of the other buyers in Africa, Europe, U.S.A., South America, the Middle East, Australia and Asia
who want us to ensure that they get the right quality.
Objective of the company :
1. To provide a professional and impartial inspection service to the clients at load ports and discharge ports.
2. To provide a professional and reliable consultancy service on the control and improvement of the quality of the products at load ports.
Udomsak Anprasertporn, Managing Director
Boonyarit Anprasertporn, Assistant Managing Director
30 highly experienced rice inspectors in Thailand, 50 experienced rice inspectors in Myanmar, and more than 70 experienced rice inspectors in Vietnam.
Countries of service :
Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos. We also have associate network in main Asian countries, Middle-east, Europe, North and South America.
Collaboration with other inspection agencies :
We are also working closely with some worldwide inspection companies in U.S.A., South America, Europe and Asia to serve the requirements of our clients.
Membership: We are registered member of GAFTA and member of Asian Quality Services Consortium (AQSC)
We are ISO 9001 : 2015 Certified
Gafta Standard for Supervision, Sampling and Weighing 2019
Gafta Standard for Fumigation 2021
Accreditation: We are ISO/IEC 17020 : 2012 Accredited
Standard General Conditions
1. Unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing the Company undertakes services in accordance with these general conditions and accordingly all offers or tenders of service are made subject to the same.
All resulting contracts, agreements or other arrangements will in all respects be governed by these conditions, except only to the extent that the law of the place where such arrangements or contracts are made or carried out shall preclude any of the conditions and in such case to said local law shall prevail wherever, but only to the extent that, it is at variance with these conditions.
2. The Company is a business enterprise engaged in the trade of inspection. As such, it:
(a) carries out inspections, verifications, examinations, tests, samplings, measurements, and similar operation;
(b) issues reports and certificates relating to the aforesaid operations;
(c) renders advisory services in connection with such matters.
3. The Company acts for the persons or bodies from whom the instructions to act have originated (hereinafter called “the Principal”).
No other party is entitled to give instructions, particularly on the scope of inspection.
4. The Company will provide servicers in accordance with:
(a) the Principal’s specific instructions as confirmed by the Company ;
(b) any relevant trade custom, usage or practice;
(c) such methods as the Company shall consider suitable on technical and/or financial grounds.
5. Documents reflecting engagements contracted between the Principal and third parties, such as copies of contracts of sale, letters of credit, bills of landing. etc. are (if received by the Company) considered
to be for information only, without extending or restricting the Company’s mission and obligations.
6. The Company’s standard services are as follows:
(a) quantitative and/or qualitative inspection;
(b) inspection of condition of goods, packing, containers and transportation;
(c) inspection of loading or discharging;
(e) Laboratory analysis or other testing.
7. Special services where the same exceed the scope of standard services as referred to in paragraph 6 will only be undertaken by Company by particular arrangement.
Such special services are illustratively not exhaustively:
(a) qualitative and/or quantitative guarantees;
(b) grouped services including concurrent and consequent operations;
(c) supervision of full industrial project schemes, including consulting, expediting and progress reporting.
8. Subject to the Principal’s instruction, the Company will issue reports and certificates of inspection which reflect statements of opinions made with due care within the limitation of instructions received but the Company is under no obligation to refer to or report upon any facts or circumstances which are outside the specific instructions received.
9. The Principal agrees that he will:
(a) ensure that instructions to the Company are given in due timeto enable the required services
to be performed effectively;
(b) procure all necessary access for the Company’s Representatives to goods premises, installations and transport;
(c) supply, if required, any special instrument necessary for the performance of the required services;
(d) ensure that all necessary measures are taken for safety and security of working conditions, sites and installations during the performance of services and will not rely, in this respect, on the Company’s advice whether required or not;
(e) take all necessary steps to eliminate or remedy any obstruction to or interruptions in the performance of the required services;
(f) fully exercise all his rights and discharge all his liabilities under the contract of sale whether or not a report or certificate has been issued by the Company failing which the Company shall be
under no obligation to the Principal.
10. The Company undertakes to exercise due care and skill in the performance of its services and accepts responsibility only for gross negligence proven by Principals.
The liability, of the Company in respect of any claims for loss, damage or expense of whatsoever nature and howsoever arising shall in no circumstances exceed a total aggregate sum equal to two times the amount of the fee or commission payable in respect of the specific service required under the particular contract which gives rise to such claims. Where the fee or commission payable relates to a number of services and a claim arises in respect of one of those services the fee or commission shall be apportioned for the purposes of this paragraph by reference to the estimated time involved in the performance of each service.
11. The Principal will punctually pay not later than 30 days after the relevant invoice date or in such other manner as may have been agreed in writing all proper charges rendered by the company failing which interest will become due at the rate of two percent per month from the date of invoice.
12. The Principal shall guarantee, hold harmless and indemnify the Company and its servants, agents or subcontractors against all claims made by any third party for loss, damage or expense of whatsoever nature and howsoever arising relating to the performance, purported performance or non-performance, of any services to the extent that the aggregate of any such claims relation to any one service exceed the limit mentioned in paragraph 10.
13. In the event of the Company being prevented by reason of any cause whatsoever outside the Company’s control from performing of completing any service for which an order has been given
or an agreement made, the Principal will pay to the Company
(a) the amount of all abortive expenditure actually made or incurred,
(b) a proportion of the agreed fee or commission equal to the proportion (if any) of the service actually carried out; and the Company shall be relieved of all responsibility whatsoever for the partial or total
non-performance of the required services.