COLUMBUS, OH -Pioneer has recently received roughly $1,000,000 in orders for transmission control assemblies in support of the Hummer reset program. The government considers this material “urgent and compelling” stressing the priority. Pioneer is shipping these orders ahead of schedule in coordination with the DLA, the factory, and the end-user. The Pioneer staff is working with the buying command for a follow on order, as well.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Members of the Pioneer Industries team have been selected for the Board of Directors of a new Navy initiative group. Vice President, David Yormack and National Sales Manager, Howard Fox, now sit on the Board of Directors for Navy Now. The Navy Now campaign is dedicated to increasing the Department of Navy’s budget to provide the U.S. Navy with much needed funding. The U.S. Navy is the first response and forward deployed force, therefore making their position important in matters of National Defense.

WARNER ROBBINS, GA - Pioneer has received another order to supply Warner Robbins Air Force base with a unique Polyurethane foam kit that is specifically designed for aircraft parts. This order is for 3400 units valued at more than $500,000. All kitting will be performed at Pioneer’s New York facility. Pioneer will ship in monthly releases over a six month period to extend the shelf life and thereby extending the item application viability.

FORT BELVOIR, VA - Pioneer Industries, Inc. participated in the “Captains of Industry” event at DLA headquarters on February 12, 2014.

Twelve (12) premier suppliers attended this event, hosted by DLA Director, Vice Admiral Mark Harnitchek. David Yormack, a Principal at Pioneer, was in good company with the “Captains” of firms, such as Colfax, Eaton, Electric Boat, Meggitt, Raytheon, Rockwell Collins and Vacco.

This round table created an open forum between the government and industry leaders to learn about DLA’s challenges and recommend operational efficiencies.

David Yormack said “It was an honor to be invited and represent our PVP Members. This is an excellent opportunity to use our elite position to guide the DLA to design better procurement and logistics policies.”

Follow up meetings are expected to occur several times throughout the year.



WARREN, MI – Pioneer Industries, Inc. has been invited to participate in a new “nonstandard item acquisition program” to help the U.S. Military support foreign defense agencies. Pioneer’s inside sales force has already been able to identify and resurrect items that have previously been deemed unprocurable.

Pioneer’s participation in this new program is expected to help Pioneer better reach the end user and result in a cost saving to the taxpayer.