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Pioneer Polymers Corporate Profile

Pioneer Polymers

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Pioneer Polymers was established in 2005 to manufacture clean, quality engineered finger cots for the electronics industries worldwide.  Today, Pioneer Polymers has evolved into the worlds’ leading finger cot manufacturer serving the stringent needs of the semi-conductor as well as industrial sectors.

Our superior quality is consistently achieved by using state-of-the-art-equipment, effective quality management systems and the hard work of adept, dedicated team members.  A loyal customer base affirms our consistently noteworthy quality, reliability and performance.

Pioneer Polymers exports to more than 15 countries globally and our products are used in the manufacture and assembly of electronics and semi-conductor components, mobile phones, luxury watches, computers, televisions, food handling and packaging as well as money and paper handling.

Our manufacturing plant is ISO 9001:2008 certified and our products conform to RoHS and ASTM requirements.

Pioneer Polymers stresses the importance of continuous research and development in order to produce an increasing range of products to meet the demanding expectations of today’s market while remaining ahead of the competition.

 

   

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