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P1 Technologies (Formerly Plastics One)





Company Headquarters

6591 Merriman Road
Roanoke, VA 24018
United States

Company Description

P1 Technologies (formerly Plastics One) is a full-service contract manufacturer located in Roanoke, VA. Since 1949, we’ve been partnering with OEMs worldwide for specific design and product needs - a track record that promises you the power of our connecting abilities in superior manufacturing and customer service. We are proud to design and custom manufacture medical cables and cable assemblies, connectors, and provide injection, insert, and cleanroom molding with in-house tooling and design services. As a Lean Six Sigma, ISO 13485, and 9001 certified full-service manufacturer the focus is on designing and building custom cable and connector assemblies with unique design requirements. The engineers and R&D teams are hands-on and ready to help bring your ideas to life. If you already have a design, the engineers are available to discuss specific design and usage requirements, as well as offer design assistance, material selection, and prototype services. The R&D team works directly with customers to develop prototype parts and tooling to prove out concepts before committing to production tooling.

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