Polymer & SILIKON Tech at Drug Development and Delivery Summit

April 6-7, 2016 Drug Development and Delivery Innovation Networking Summit - Hilton Parsippany, NJ


Did you know that Polymer Conversions & SILIKON Technologies will be exhibiting with top global Drug Development and Delivery device innovators?  Connect with us; we'd love the opportunity to discuss your critical-to-life  product portfolios and learn where your corporate goals are planning to take you for 2016 and beyond.....give us the opportunity to show that we can be the long-term, full-service medical injection molder that helps you get there!


The conference was developed for this reason:

"Drug Development & Delivery’s Innovation Networking Summit connects technology and service innovators/providers with R&D, pre-formulation, formulation development, business development, product life-cycle management, and corporate management professionals from the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industries." 


As a silver sponsor we will be located in the main entrance hall with the other Life Science companies listed below.

Drug Development & Delivery


Who Should Attend?

Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology professionals seeking partnership and development opportunities from Exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations and advancements in:



Delivery Systems

Platform & Drug Product

Bioavailability/Solubility Enhancement

Drug Targeting



Polymers & Biomaterials


Contract Services

Formulation Development

Particle Design

Molecule Development



Central Lab


Drugs in Development

(Co-Development/Marketing Opportunities)


Clinical-Stage Drug Products

Small Molecules

Combination Drugs


Personalized Medicine

Orphan Drugs

Polymer's C.O.O. writes a letter to MAPP membership

Polymer's C.O.O., Mr. Ben Harp, writes a letter to the MAPP membership as the new President of the Board of Directors for 2016.  The article can also be found on the bottom of pg. 17 in Plastics Business magazine's 10th Anniversary edition.  www.plasticsbusinessmag.com/

The letter speaks to the difficulties of attaining new employees that are already highly skilled in our industry.  There is a noticeable lack of trade-schools and programs throughout the country due to budget cuts, and that seriously hurts high-tech manufacturing companies such as Polymer Conversions, Inc.

The other piece of the puzzle is improving the skill levels of current employees, by creating training programs that compliment the latest changes happening in our industry.

The MAPP (Manufacturers Association for Plastics Processors) organization hopes to collectively pool feedback from its members, in order to create a resource for all to use, to identify areas of improvement within their organization.

(read the full article by clicking on the link below)

MAPP letter - Ben 2016








MAPP Letter to Membership

37 Years of Injection Molding Excellence!

March 5, 2016 marks 37 years of Injection Molding Excellence, for Full-Service Medical Injection Molder, Polymer Conversions, Inc.

Without our dedicated and hard working employees, committed long-term customers, high quality suppliers and our support system of family/friends/community, Polymer might have had to close several years ago like so many other family-owned small businesses in America.

Thankfully, here we stand, stronger than ever and excited for future endeavors.  We hope that you will continue to work side-by-side with our PCI family as we look forward to the journey ahead.

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May 2016 bring you all good health, prosperity, cherished moments and lots of laughter!

Full-Service Contract Manufacturer exemplifies opportunities for WNY

Bioscience and medical technology (Bio/Med) companies are taking advantage of numerous opportunities in New York State, where support for the industry has led to recent growth.

Buffalo-based Polymer Conversions, a full-service contract manufacturer specializing in clean room manufacturing for the healthcare industry, recently expanded its clean room manufacturing capabilities by adding an additional 22,000 square feet to their headquarters in Orchard Park. They excel with products such as enteral feeding pumps, disposable syringe components, hearing protection devices, drug delivery systems and ear, nose and throat devices. They also recently established Silikon Technologies LLC, a new sister company created to support customers’ needs for silicone injection molding in the healthcare, aerospace and electronics industries.

Read full article
(via http://nybiomedreport.com)