For over 70 years, Allegheny Performance Plastics has been a pioneer in working with high temperature, high performance, specialty polymers. Established in 1936, Allegheny’s initial focus was using plastic resins in revolutionary ways to print and laminate reusable plastic charts. Through the ensuing years, Allegheny has become internationally recognized as an innovative and engineering oriented company that manufactures a variety of end use parts with the some of the most exotic resins that have been introduced into the marketplace.
Today, Allegheny is the “go to” high end injection molder, manufacturer and global supplier of technically advanced functional parts and assemblies, used in products including gears, transmissions and pumps, made from high-temperature, high-performance specialty polymers. Allegheny Performance Plastics’ products can be found in some of the world’s most demanding applications. We work with Fortune 500 OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in a broad range of industries, including space, aerospace, automotive, defense, high-tech consumer, transportation, general industrial and more.
The management team is inspired by new ideas and motivated by complex challenges. Every member of our team is focused on continuous improvement. Every inch of our shop is designed to deliver exceptional parts. And our top priority is to help you solve the engineering or manufacturing problems that have an impact on efficiency, speed-to-market, profitability, and competitive edge. We are able to consistently deliver exceptional parts and solve difficult problems because we approach each project with proven engineering expertise, industry-leading process and manufacturing techniques, incomparable customer service, and something more–an insatiable curiosity. Learn more about our unique process here.
When it comes to specialty polymers, we are never satisfied with the status quo. We work in close collaboration with global plastic suppliers to understand and investigate new and emerging materials. We conduct ongoing research to test limits, explore new ideas, and become even better at what we do.