NetMotion, Inc. Announces Immediate Availability of PEEK Metric Screws

Large volume orders upon request and smaller orders via

FREMONT, California - NetMotion, Inc., a leading distributor and wholesaler of exclusive technology products from Japan has expanded its partnership with Nippon Chemical Screw & Co., Ltd. (CHEMIS) to provide polymer plastic and advanced material screws to the North American market. PEEK (Polyetheretherketone), Polycarbonate, RENY, PVDF, Ceramic and other advanced materials are being used extensively in mobile phones, consumer electronics, aerospace, industrial chemical handling, medical, scientific, automotive and many others. Leading consumer electronic companies, such as, Nintendo ( NTDOY.PK) and Sony (NYSE:SNE) use PEEK screws in their products as PEEK is approximately 1/5 the weight of metal, is anti-magnetic, corrosion-proof, dielectric and provides low thermal conductivity.

NetMotion has also launched a dedicated website for polymer plastic and advanced material screws ( as well as an ecommerce site ( for direct purchases. Volume and custom orders are available directly from Netmotion (

Founded in 1965, Nippon Chemical Screw & Co., Ltd. (CHEMIS) is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. CHEMIS has developed sophisticated injection molding techniques for manufacturing polymer plastic and advanced material screws and parts (e.g. bolts, nuts, washers, springs, etc.). They are the market leader of polymer plastic screws in Japan, supplying some of the largest manufacturers in the world.

About NetMotion, Inc.

Founded in 1996, NetMotion ( has been supplying key components to companies for their design, manufacturing, and operations businesses. NetMotion is an authorized supplier for Applied Materials, Intel, Seagate and many other top tier manufacturers. NetMotion has established exclusive partnerships with some of the top manufacturers in Japan for polymer plastic and advanced materials, lint-free wipers, and wafer and small parts handling.

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