Valley Industrial Plastics, Inc
Valley Industrial Plastics, Inc. (V.I.P.) is a supplier of custom injection molded plastic products. A major customer is IACNA/ Lear Corporation, a Tier 1 supplier to the automotive industry.
V.I.P. is a privately owned "Chapter S" corporation. By comparison, we are a young company, incorporated June 20, 1990. Production began the summer of 1990 with three molding machines in a 5,000 sq. ft. facility. V.I.P.'s first product was a nylon insert for roller blade wheels manufactured for Creative Urethanes, Inc.
Due to the automotive downturn, VIP downsized from a 31,000 sq. ft. facility with 19 machines and 100 employees to our current 12,000 sq. ft. facility in September 2006 and V.I.P. currently employs approximately less than 10 people. The company is now situated at 3199 Valley Pike, Winchester, VA.
Valley Industrial Plastics, Inc. currently has 5 injection molding machines, ranging in size from 75-tons to 700-tons. In addition to our injection molding capabilities, V.I.P. has the ability for assembly operations including sonic welding, gluing, painting, and specialized packaging. As a custom facility, VIP’s goal is to provide our customer with whatever it requires.
Quality Policy Valley Industrial Plastics is firmly committed to:
- · Providing the best quality possible
- · Meeting and exceeding customer expectations
- · Continuous improvement in quality, service, cost, and technology
- · Consumer and employee safety
- · Protecting the environment
V.I.P. is operating under the ISO-9002 quality standard. We have passed all requirements for certification to the ISO-9002:1994 Standard and have been awarded certification by the registrar effective July 2, 2003.
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Valley Industrial Plastics, Inc. is an active supporter of local churches, schools, and other community based groups and their projects.. V.I.P. believes it is important for an industry to be more than just a producer and employer – it should be an active participant in the community as well as an extended family to its employees.