The prototype development department was added and machining capabilities were expanded in 1994. Also in 1994 the Company achieved ISO certification. We continue to meet all industry quality certifications and have embedded lean manufacturing practices to insure our commitment to quality.
In 1998 the company changed its name to Northwest Stamping & Precision to reflect its position as a global supplier of high volume precision stampings and machined parts.
We take pride in the fact that Northwest Stamping is still a locally owned American manufacturing business. It’s no easy feat to compete in a global economy. Our ability to maintain and grow our business is due in a large part on the intelligence, creative energy, customer satisfaction and commitment of our employees.