SinoVenture - Gloves - Examination, Nitrile/PVC SV15.2
Non Technical and Terms
Inspection and testing will be performed prior to and during production along with a final random inspection of finished products by a Bank approved independent inspection agency. The inspection contract will be let by SinoVenture to the approved inspection agency with costs passed through to the Borrower to pay.
Upon receipt of a Borrowers completed ROI, SinoVenture will propose CIP pricing, which entails organizing the delivery and insurance of goods to the agreed destination.
Note: Some countries may wish to collect the products, which can be accommodated on request.
Lead times are variable depending on order volumes. Production of most Minimum Order Quantities (MOQ), until 5 times the MOQ, can be completed in 1-10 days. Lead times to delivery will be confirmed with CIP pricing, and inspection costs once an ROI has been completed and returned.
10% on order, 90% on successful final inspection (which will be in advance of shipping)
SinoVenture International Group is a private company, founded in Macau with the Central Asian region office located in Beijing. The company was founded in 2010 with the primary aim of establishing economic relations and promoting business between regions of China, including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan and the Portuguese speaking countries including Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé and Principe and East Timor.
Protective goggles designed to protect the eyes from hazardous conditions. Protective goggles should have a good seal with the skin of the face, a flexible PVC frame to easily fit with all face contours with even pressure, enclose eyes and the surrounding areas, accommodate wearers with prescription glasses, clear plastic lens with fog and scratch resistant treatments, adjustable band to secure firmly so as not to become loose during clinical activity, and indirect venting to avoid fogging. May be re-usable (provided appropriate arrangements for decontamination are in place) or disposable.
World Health Organization’s Standards:
- EU PPE Regulation 2016/425
- EN 166
- ANSI/ISEA Z87.1 or equivalent
Equivalent Standards (determined by ECRI):
- GB 14866