Our Commitment

We are proud

Our grandfather who founded our company use to say, “That’s our family name. Take good care of it.” We take that to heart every day. Our commitment to running a company dedicated to service excellence is as strong today as it was when we started in 1930. We are proud of the recognition and awards we have earned as a result:

American Business Ethics Award: “ABEA recognizes companies that exemplify high standards of ethical behavior in their everyday business conduct and/or in response to a specific ethical crises or challenges.”

Blue Chip Community Business Award: “A program recognizes successful, small business owners who have overcome adversity to achieve success.”

Better Business Bureau Ethics Award: “To honor companies and charities which demonstrate a high level of character and ensure the organizations’ practices meet the highest standards of ethics.”

BKD Business Excellence Award: “To recognize business excellence, rewarding organizations that demonstrate a commitment to business excellence through improvement of a product, service or business practice.”

Top Workplace: “Recognized by the Indianapolis Star four times.”

From 1930 to today, the Plymate family has been actively managing and guiding the company. As a fourth-generation family business, we are dedicated to upholding high standards of conduct and professionalism. The ethical principles that lead to the awards you see on the page are a part of the Plymate philosophy of business.

Multi-year winner of Top Workplaces Award!

Multi-year winner of top workplaces award

Hear from actual members of our team!

“From our experience, we have found Plymate to very a customer oriented, solution-providing company. Their staff is professional, helpful, and dedicated in meeting and/or exceeding their customer’s needs. They have proven to provide a good product, excellent service, along with accurate accounting for every transaction. When issues arise, they have been very receptive to any concern or request we have with rapid response.”