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Grey Ghost Awarded ISO 9001 Certification

Lakewood, WA – Grey Ghost Precision, leading manufacturers of accurate, reliable, and attainable weapon systems, is excited to announce the their awarding of its ISO 9001 Certification; a global recognition of consistent excellence measured to international standards of quality.

The International Organization of Standardization (ISO), who owns the certification process, awarded GGP the certification for upholding the standards, which specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard set forth by the ISO to demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirement.

“Our quality control process has always been a thorough one,” stated GGP CEO, Casey Ingels. “From initial concepts and drawings, through to final machining, there is no doubt about the final product that goes out the door. We partner with only the best in the industry, to ensure that every product that goes out the door is worthy of the GGP name.”

The awarding of the ISO 9001 certificate will also allow for GGP to more seamlessly work within the military communities, putting the right product in the hands of the warfighter. In many cases, the ISO Certification is required with government contracts, as it is a guarantee of certain criteria, qualifications, QAQC measures and procedural consistency established ahead of time.

This Certification comes after an arduous multi-stage audit and inspection process by an independent certifying authority (who independently must have been vetted by State and Federal levels from the International Accreditation Forum).


6 Responses to “Grey Ghost Awarded ISO 9001 Certification”

  1. PBreezy says:

    They might make good stuff but why anybody would buy one of their slides is beyond me. You can get a whole glock for the same price as a stripped slide. I don’t see how adding some cuts on a slide adds that much value. I understand the positives but that is a lot of ammo money wasted. I know that this won’t be a popular statement but oh well.

    • SSD says:

      I don’t know you need to buy that pair of boots. The issue ones are just fine. I don’t know why you need to buy that truck, this one is just fine. I don’t know why you need to buy that ammo, Wolf is just fine.

      • jbgleason says:

        You don’t need that Ferrari. A Honda Civic will get you there just fine. Do you know how many Civics you can buy for the cost of that Ferrari?

        • BigD says:

          Honda, among many other things is ISO9001:2015 certified. Ferrari? beats me….when you’re output is as tiny as theirs, standardizing quality vs using the (great) folklore of the craftsbeings is a different thing.

  2. BigD says:

    Congratulations indeed! ISO 9001:2015, the current standard is tougher than previous years. And the fun never ends! You are audited every year for compliance. It took a year and a half to adapt Mystery Ranches quality system to gain ISO 9001 accreditation. We are in the midst of our fourth annual audit, our second one at the 2015 standard. The practices that maintaining you’re ISO cert requires keep the entire organization performing at an exceptional level. Keep it up, Grey Ghost; you have attained something special.

  3. leacher says:

    …never got audit by :2015 Standsrd, but sorry guys, ISO9001 is pretty standard and easy for any company with 20plus employees. Come to Europe, do REACH, than you are throwing up 😉