Minor Rubber has a broad range of customers, covering industries from electronics, aerospace, health care, construction, transportation, defense, and off road vehicle applications. Over the years the Company has been involved in numerous applications that were, at the time, on the leading edge of a specific technology. During the 1960’s the United States was heavily involved in manned space flight. It was in 1961 that President John F. Kennedy put forth a challenge to land a man on the moon by the end of that decade. Minor Rubber has since that time continued its support of the aerospace industry, and today is a vendor to most, if not all, commercial and military aircraft manufacturers. Minor has also spun off sister companies, created for specific purposes, such as one that produced a special, dissolvable form on which the fuel cells for the Polaris, Poseidon, Atlas and Saturn missiles were built.
In the ensuing years Minor Rubber has grown from being a vendor of “factory and mill” goods, to a manufacturer and distributor of various types of industrial rubber components. Our product capabilities not only encompass several lines of standard products, but has capacity to produce custom, molded, extruded, and latex dip molded products at facilities located in New Jersey, Georgia, New Hampshire, and China.