The so-called quality inspection refers to the activities of checking and verifying whether the quality of products or services meet the relevant regulations. At present, China's economy has entered a new era of high-quality development, and people's concept of quality and safety has been significantly improved. In this market context, the development opportunities for inspection and testing have been attacked and the market capacity has continued to expand.
Along with the rapid development of China's manufacturing industry, emerging industries and other industries, and the steady economic development level, China's quality inspection and testing industry has experienced considerable growth. In 2017, the number of quality inspection and testing institutions in China was 36,300, a year-on-year increase of 9.44%.
On the other hand, thanks to the overall guidance of favorable policies, the demand for quality inspection industry in environmental protection, food, medicine and other aspects has increased significantly, and the scale of quality inspection market will be further expanded, which is expected to reach 480 billion yuan.
Throughout the development of the global quality inspection market, the quality inspection and testing industry has shifted from developed countries to developing countries. China and other developing markets in China continue to be released. At the same time, with the improvement of technology level, the industry is growing.
However, objectively speaking, compared with the foreign inspection and testing industry market, China's testing institutions still need to increase investment in testing technology, testing equipment, professional talents, and operational capabilities.
Focusing on market development, artificial intelligence and Internet boom are still high, and the development of inspection and testing has become a new trend in the era of metrology and testing, injecting new strength into the development of inspection and testing. In addition to the intelligent direction, the opening of the policy will further promote the opening of third-party testing institutions in China. Private markets such as third parties are becoming the backbone of the quality inspection market.