Pioneer Industries Receives Silver Supply Chain Performance Achievement
Pioneer Industries today announced that it has received a 2021 Supply Chain Performance Achievement. The Boeing Company issues the award annually to recognize suppliers who have achieved superior performance. Pioneer Industries maintained a Silver composite performance rating for each month of the 12-month performance period, from January 2021 to December 2021.
This year, Boeing recognized 183 suppliers who achieved either a Gold or Silver-level Supply Chain Performance Achievement. Pioneer Industries is one of only (29 gold/154 silver) suppliers to receive the Silver level of recognition.
Mark Behrends, vice president Pioneer Enterprises stated, “It’s an honor to be recognized by Boeing for the Silver Supply Chain Performance Achievement out of 12,000 suppliers worldwide. Pioneer Industries’ employees strive daily to excel in our performance, manufacturing quality and capabilities, and appreciate the strong community partnership and communication that Boeing provides daily.”
Pioneer Industries is a full-service sheet metal fabrication and machine business, and a Tier 1 supplier in the aerospace industry with over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing space. The manufacturing capabilities in the two plants include:
- Comprehensive sheet metal fabrication
- CNC and manual machining
- Water jet and laser cutting
- Complex assembly services
Pioneer Industries is a division of Pioneer Human Services, a nonprofit social enterprise, and has built an award-winning manufacturing business with the leadership and assistance of justice-involved individuals. In 2021, 62% of the enterprise workforce had a conviction history and/or was in recovery from a substance use disorder. www.PIAerospaceParts.com
Pioneer Human Services is a social enterprise that partners with communities to transform society by honoring the humanity of people, reducing the impact of discriminatory mass incarceration, and empowering people to live safe, healthy, productive lives through inspiration, affirmation, and by overturning barriers. The nonprofit started in 1963 as one halfway house and now provides counseling and treatment, housing and employment services to justice-involved individuals in over 50 locations across Washington state.