Zeus Launches Rapid Sampling Program to Encourage Next Generation Prototypes

Orangeburg, SC (June 9, 2015) – Zeus, the world’s leading polymer tubing and material science innovator, has announced a new sampling program. Known as the Zeus Virtual Sample Locker (VSL), the service offers customers private online accounts through which they can select from a breadth of in-stock samples, free of charge, or they can request custom sizes.

“Zeus has always partnered with everyone from large OEM’s to solo entrepreneurs when it comes to delivering next generation prototypes,” says Product Development Sales Manager Travis Hauck. “This program was launched in response to requests from our customers who wanted a fast and easy way to access the tubing samples they need to prototype their ideas.”

The process is simple. Existing and prospective customers sign up online at www.zeusinc.com/VSL. After registration is confirmed, they are taken to an online portal where they can order samples free of charge. Users will typically receive the samples they’ve selected overnight.

Zeus also offers its customers assistance or guidance from members of the Technical Z-Team, a group of leading polymer scientists, engineers and technicians that offer customized consultations. “Our Z-Team consults are available via phone, e-mail, video conferencing or they’ll travel to you,” notes Hauck. “When you combine the sampling program with the power of our experts, it just throws open the door for customers on what’s possible.”

The VSL sampling program is available to Zeus customers in any of the many industries they serve including medical, aerospace, fiber optics, oil and gas and automotive.

About Zeus

Zeus is the world’s leading polymer extrusion manufacturer and material science innovator. Almost 50 years of experience in medicine, aerospace, energy exploration, automotive, fiber optics and additional industries allows us to leap past “can’t” and move directly into “how.” Headquartered in Orangeburg, South Carolina, Zeus employs approximately 1,200 people worldwide and operates multiple facilities in North America and internationally.