Wrightstyle has been certified to ISO 9001 with the British Standards Institute (BSI).
BSI has been certifying organisations for their quality management systems since 1978, and is a globally accredited certification service, approved by a wide range of international standards bodies including the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
The ISO 9001 certification, the world’s most widely recognised quality management standard, was awarded for "the manufacture and supply of specialised glazing systems" – and covers every aspect of Wrightstyle’s business from quotation through to the final supply of fully fabricated systems.
A growing number of major specifiers and contractors require ISO 9001 compliance from their suppliers, and Wrightstyle’s certification now provides that quality assurance.
The company has always provided a high level of customer service with quality products, with significant investments to develop market-leading systems to mitigate against fire or terrorist threat.
Wrightstyle operates in a global market and supplies its systems worldwide, from the London Olympics 2012 main stadium and redeveloped King’s Cross station, to projects in the APAC and MENA regions and the US.
ISO 9001 requires continued external and internal auditing, with trained internal staff providing continual review and assessment, and to identify areas for further improvement.
"This certification means that customers and suppliers can be assured that we are committed to excellence in everything we do," said Denis Wright, chairman of Wrightstyle.
"It means we can effectively operate as an extension of our customers’ supply chain for the fabrication and supply of our specialist glazing systems, meeting all their requirements throughout the project process," he said.
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