You Have a Job to Do - Let Pioneer Help.
Capable, conscientious employees work together to meet your needs.
Projects are carefully monitored.
We work efficiently to achieve all your production needs on schedule.
Projects can be bid on a piece-rate basis, by the hour or by the job.
If special equipment is required, you can provide it or Pioneer can acquire it as part of the project.
When necessary, we put in the extra hours or bring on extra hands, helping you avoid short-term hires and layoffs.
Pioneer is committed to providing skilled, qualified and dedicated employees. Professional counselors evaluate your requirements and help set up interviews for applicants who have what it takes to do the job.
Every effort is made to offer only applicants who are fully capable of fulfilling the job's requirements. Through Pioneer's rehabilitation service, prospective employees receive a thorough evaluation and assistance with skills development.
After you've made an employment decision, a counselor assists with training and provides follow-up support. To help assure success, Pioneer's professional staff facilitate resolving problems should they occur. When extra learning time is necessary due to a disability, incentives to offset resulting costs may be available.
Successful Job Placements
A Children's Place
Animal Hospital, PSC, Danville
Bank One, Danville
Boyle County Public Library
Central Kentucky Machine Shop
Danville Wholesale Tire
Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center
Falconer's Small Engine Service Center
Hill Toll & Die
Kentucky Department of Parks
Link Belt, Lexington
Little Caesars Pizza
Motel Sleepers, Inc.
Stone Manor Restaurant
Walmart, Danville, Harrodsburg, Lebanon, Lexington, Nicholasville, Stanford
Wausau Paper, Harrodsburg
SolutionsWhether you are looking to outsource or expand your capabilities, Pioneer can provide the following solutions:
- Kit Assembly
- RFID Coding (Radio Frequency Identification)
Production Support Services
- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
- International Purchasing
- Inventory Management
- Training Employees To Be Competitive In The Workforce
- Warehousing (Domestic/International)
Past & Present Contractors3B Inc.AdmartAmerican GreetingArmy (DLA)Atlanco
Bay West Paper Co.Berry PlasticsBurkman Mills
Dayton Corrugated Packaging Corp.
Department of Defense
FKI Logistex Inc.
Fortune Hi-Tec Marketing Inc.
Government Supplers + Assoc.
Hobart CorporationMarine Corp (NATICK)
Mi Pad De P.R. Inc.
Panasonic Home Appliances Co.
Philips Lighting Co.Pitman Creek
T. S. Hardware Inc. - P.R.
The Timberland CompanyWausau Paper
The AbilityOne Program is the largest source of employment for people who are blind or have other significant disabilities in the United States. This program has yielded employment for over 56,000 Americans with disabilities. The Goverment purchases quality products produced by non-profit agencies employing such individuals thoughout the country. Pioneer is one such agency. There are more than 600 non-profit organizations that employ these individuals and provide quality services and goods to the federal government at a fair market price. The Program is administered by the Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled. The program is an indepentent federal agency, that reseives assistance from National Industries for the Blind, and NISH-Creating Employment Opportunities for People with Significant Disabilities.
The AbilityOne Program has allowed these individuals to acquire job skills and training, receive wages and benefits, and gain greater independence and quality of life. They have the opportunity to enjoy participation in their communities and can leverage their AbilityOne skills into other public and private sector jobs.
Pioneer has two AbilityOne contracts and 100% of work on these contracts is done by individuals with disabilities. The contracts are to produce cold weather sleeping mats for DLA (Army) Troops Support and DCMA (Marines) Natick Contracting. We have been producing the mat for DLA since 1985.