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WHAT IS PLASTICO?

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In a nutshell, we're a preferred coatings supplier to some of the top manufacturers in Canada. With more than four decades of service, our knowledge, customer support and innovative approach to new challenges has positioned Plastico Industries as a market leader.

 

Our Aquence (autophoretic), nylon and plastisol coatings are sought after by Ontario's automotive, aerospace, military, heavy equipment, furniture and tool manufacturers. Not only are our finishes unique, but so too is the fact that we truly are a single-source supplier, with the ability to provide full surface preparation services through our parent company Latem Industries, located in the same building.

 

Conveniently located off of Hwy 401 in Cambridge, Ontario, we manage an impressive 80,000 sq ft of finishing and coatings equipment. We respect your tight timelines and fully understand the need for a quick turnaround. When required, we can ship directly to your customers, avoiding unnecessary delays and additional handling of your components.

 

 

 

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OUR SERVICES

PLASTISOL

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FOR METAL FINISHING SERVICES
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Latem Industries

 

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Food Grade Industrial Coatings - How Plastico Industries Delivers - Part 1 • 07 / 14 / 2017

by Dave Mattingly

We’re not suggesting you grab a fork, knife, and napkin and chomp down on the parts that come off our dip coating lines, but we can say with confidence that we have a few suggested ‘part-topping’ options that qualify as food grade. Read More >>

 

Professional Coating to Meet Die Electric Requirements - Part 2 • 07 / 7 / 2017

by Dave Mattingly

We promise, the sequel is every bit as good as the first one, a blog we featured a few weeks back, discussing the benefits of using nylon coating to meet dielectric requirements. Read More >>

 

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