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Pioneer Industries

Anchoring on the Bayou

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Farmingdale, N.Y. – Pioneer Industries was proud to host a spectacular celebration along with key manufacturers in the maritime industry during the Workboat Annual Conference in New Orleans. While each of the three (3) Workboat parties are anchored by PVP member firms, Pioneer co-hosted the event was held at Beach on Bourbon on the world famous Bourbon street. Nearly 500 people attended, representing a wide range of suppliers,

The event served to show appreciation to Pioneer’s Preferred Vendor Program members, our customer base, make an introduction to newcomers,  and foster relationship for the future. It was a Workboat shindig and good times had by all.

Pioneer’s Investment in Infrastructure Secures IT

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Farmingdale, N.Y. –  Over the past few months, Pioneer Industries has made a tremendous investment in both time and effort to transform our technological resources.  Pioneer has assessed all data storage and onsite digital records. Upgrades were made to all internal computers and servers. Now, in addition to being fully compliant with the new NIST 800-171 standard, Pioneer meets or exceeds the leading security standards and accessibility.

Furthermore, Pioneer has partnered with a third party to perform ongoing compliance audits for the company’s critical data, digital cloud storage, and information technology security.

Pioneer is currently in the final phase of its multi-year proprietary software development project.  This new program will increase the speed and efficiency of processing purchase orders, issuing quotes to government buyers, and monitoring solicitation activity.    Working concurrently with the new phone system, these IT upgrades will serve as invaluable resources to Pioneer’s vendors and military customers.

Pioneer Participates with other Industry Leaders and Educators in Aerospace & Defense Supplier Forum

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Farmingdale, N.Y. – Pioneer was proud to be participate in an Aerospace & Defense Supplier Forum on Long Island.  Joining major companies within the industry, Pioneer was invited to a contribute in a discussion moderated by Congressman Tom Suozzi.  Suozzi is most well-known for serving on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, as well as the House Armed Services Committee.

The meeting served as a brainstorming session between defense contractors, satellite producers, and educators.  Executives from BAE, Northrop Grumman, Virgin Orbit, and Launcher also participated.  This effort to coordinate technology improvements with government demand was coordinated by New York University’s Farmingdale campus. 

Lockheed Martin Scores Pioneer a 100%, Again!

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Dallas, TX: Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Missles and Fire Control has issued their Supplier Report Card. Pioneer has received the highest score, a 100% overall score. The score is based primarily on Qualit and Delivery. Pioneer received a perfect score in all areas. 

Suppliers are key to the overall success of Lockheed Martin programs, products and services. Lockheed Martin rewards exceptional performance with new and continued business opportunities.

Pioneer is proud to maintain a 100% supplier rating with Lockheed and is committed to being a key supplier to industry partners. 

Powering the Army for the Future

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Columbus, OH – Pioneer Industries, Inc. was awarded a 5 year, long term contract (LTC) to supply heavy duty power supplies. These power supplies have been specifically designed to support the U.S. Army in the field. The total value of the award is $3,635,465.40.

Pioneer’s staff worked dilligently with numerous members of the supply chain to ensure these power supplies are being provided at a fair and reasonable price in a timely manner.

 

Re-investing in Pioneer Pays Big Dividends

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Farmingdale, N.Y. – December 2017, March, and May have all been company record-breaking sales months by booking. Based on an increased market share and growth in Pioneer’s Preferred Vendor Program, the business books have increased around 40% and is well ahead of plan.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment and proves that our recent investments are coming to fruition. We are extremely optimistic about 2018” – David Yormack, CEO

355 Vessels Fleet

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Members of Pioneer’s Business Development team spent several days meeting with General Dynamics Electric Boat, Huntington Ingalls, and other industry leaders along with numerous members of U.S. Congress to discuss the importance of 355 vessel fleet.

NIST Compliant

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FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Based on the results of an independent audit, Pioneer’s computer network is NIST compliant.

“This was a tremendous undertaking to conduct a complete surveillance of our network and our security. We are thrilled with how well our network performed. With the minor adjustments that we made, we are confident that our cybersecurity measures will withstand malware and virus threats. – Paul Burke, Director of IT

DOD on High Tech Island

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Greenvale, N.Y. – On December 4th, 2017Members of Pioneer’s leadership took part in panel discussions regarding how Long Island also known as “High Tech Island” is contributing to the future of U.S. Defense. This was meeting was hosted by U.S. Congressman Tom Suozzi. Other participants included Eric Chewning, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy; David Logan, Vice President of C4ISR, BAE Systems; Patricia McMahon, Vice President, Supply Chain, Northrop Grumman; Camille Geiger, Senior Manager, BDS Small/Diverse Business and Strategic Alliances, Boeing.

Two Carriers – 2 Billion Dollars Savings

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Washington, D.C. – On November 27th, 2017, Pioneer’s leadership was vocal in working with members of Congress to vote for the purchase of two-aircraft carriers. This two-carrier proposal will save $2.5 BILLION as compared to single-ship procurement resulting in significant savings to the American taxpayer, primarily attributed to increased efficiency.