Quality Assurance

At DJS Printers we have an extremely well-equipped laboratory to keep stringent control over the quality of all incoming materials, in the process as well as finished products.

Our laboratory is equipped for testing various parameters pertaining to paper/board. The laboratory is equipped with weighing balance, caliper micrometer, bursting strength tester, for checking ink and printing results, we are equipped with Spectro-densitometer, B4 cup, etc.

A Three Stage Quality Assurance Process

At DJS the quality control process is divided into three separate processes, ensuring that specialized expertise is applied to each stage of our operation. This system also provides the redundancy necessary to prevent any quality problem from evading detection.

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Incoming Quality Control

It is the job of the IQC process to conduct inspections and handle quality issues before the assembly process starts. This includes testing of all the raw materials, manufacturing process etc.
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In-Process Quality Control

Our IPQC process governs our quality systems during the assembly process in order to detect and handle any problems that may arise during assembly.
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Outgoing Quality Assurance

OQA is the last process before products ship to customers and hence is very important in ensuring our shipment is defect-free. Numerous redundancies with IQC and IPQC exist here to ensure the validity of previous processes.

Certifications Of Quality

Our manufacturing units are audited regularly and we comply with the highest industry certification and standards of manufacturing food grade packaging for our clients.

BRC Packaging

BRC Packaging

The BRC Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials is the first Packaging Standard in the world to be recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GSFI) benchmarking committee
ISO

ISO

The ISO 9000 family addresses various aspects of quality management and contains some of ISO’s best known standards.
HACCP

HACCP

A HACCP System requires that potential hazards are identified and controlled at specific points in the process. This includes biological, chemical or physical hazards.