Farmingdale, N.Y. – December 2017 was a record month in sales by booking. Revenue for the month was 20% higher than its previous monthly record.

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

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.

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.

Richmond, VA – November 20, 2017, David Yormack participated in a conference call hosted by Floyd Moore, the Deputy Director of Supplier Operations at DLA Aviation. As one of the Top 25 Aviation Cable Suppliers, Pioneer was called upon to help the DLA improve their procurement process of cables using industry best practices.

Farmingdale, N.Y. – October 27th, 2017, Pioneer Industries, Inc. received a 5-year long-term contract to supply “ALSET” multi-purpose Aviation life support equipment tester manufactured by one of Pioneer’s Preferred Vendor ProgramSM Members.  Supplying this material will help the warfighter ensure operability of the various components within the inflight communication system. The total estimated value is more than $2,000,000 and the DLA has already purchased the annual estimated demand in the first release. 

Pioneer handled all price justifications and negotiations with the buying command.

Based on the award requirements, demand surges are expected. Because of this potential urgency of the critical life support Pioneer will maintain inventory at the company’s 20,000 square foot facility prior to shipping to the appropriate locations to satisfy the military’s surge demands.