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Career Opportunity with Latem & Plastico Industries

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Latem & Plastico Industries has an immediate career opening. You might be thinking, wait a minute, "that's your job", and this is true, but this changes as of August 24th. I (Dave Mattingly) am moving on to try something new, but before I depart, I want to do all I can to help find the best replacement. I believe that's what is owed to this company, and perhaps more importantly, to the customers.

 

For a detailed job description, simply check out latem.com or plastico.ca, or visit this link on Workopolis. https://www.workopolis.com/jobsearch/job/17739534?uc=E8&sc=1.2669&sp=1&searchFragment=ak%3Dlatem%26l%3Dcambridge-ontario%26ch%3D%26cl%3D%26e%3D%26lg%3DEN%26ih%3D%26pt%3D%26pd%3D%26pn%3D1%26lr%3D50%26st%3DRELEVANCE%26bj%3DJob%20Search%20Results%2C%20Cobra%26lp%3Dfalse%26dr%3D

 

What I can tell you is this, it's a great place to work, as long as you like to work hard and smart. In this role there is a ton of flexibility, but there are also expectations, with a fair bit riding on your success. There is no micro-management. Being self sufficient is absolutely critical, as is the ability to quickly respond to the customer.

 

There is never a dull moment here, so you won't be bored. They give you the tools you need, and as far as support goes, out on the floor, where it truly counts, you have the best processing minds in this business, hands down.

 

When it comes to planning ahead, ownership is not afraid to make the necessary capital investments for the right business case. For proof of this, just check out some of our blogs.

 

I'm simply leaving for a new challenge, and I hope for nothing but the best for the team at Latem and Plastico Industries. Interested? Check out the websites, and for those who do apply, best wishes and congratulations if you're the winner. 

 

Dave

 

 

 

 

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What is Mass Finishing

Latem Industries is a mass metal finishing company, one of the best, and easily one of the largest in all of North America. It's a bold statement, but we are confident in its authenticity. We're celebrating 40 years of 'problem solving' in 2017.

 

 

We say problem solving, because essentially that is what we do, solve problems often found in the manufacturing industry. Rather than manufacture our own definition of mass finishing, we'll refer to Wikipedia..."Mass finishing is a group of manufacturing processes that allow large quantities of parts to be simultaneously finished. The goal ....is to wash, burnish, deburr, clean, radius, de-flash, descale, remove rust, polish, brighten, surface harden, prepare parts for further finishing, or break off die cast runners."

 

We couldn't say it better ourselves, as we work to accomplish all of the above on a daily basis for hundreds of customers, from automotive manufacturers to smaller CNC and custom machine shops. Our processes are designed to handle massive volumes of parts in a single load, which means better efficiencies for our customers.

 

Tumbling and Vibratory Finishing

Our finishing techniques includes barrel tumbling and vibratory finishing, both of which require a cyclical movement to create an abrasive environment for the parts in the process. Depending on the desired outcome, either a part on part, or a part with media process is used. Other additives such as water, soaps and rust inhibitors are added in the process, and cycle times can vary from fifteen minutes to as much as five hours.

 

Shot Blasting and Peening

Latem Industries also performs both shot blasting and shot peening operations, a process by which minute particles of steel pebbles are thrown at a substrate, at incredibly high speeds. Blasting is used to remove rust, scale and other unwanted foreign materials, while Peening pounds the steel, making it stronger.

 

Parts Washing

 

Dirty parts are just another problem that Latem Industries offers solutions for. We use both a drum washing process and an ultrasonic bath to deliver cleaner parts. Whether it's dirt, oils, rust or even some greases, our equipment and our experience are more than up to the task.

 

In our business, achieving the right result is as much an art as it is a science. The random action within our processing requires constant supervision and interaction to ensure the target is achieved.

 

To find out more on how we can be of service to your manufacturing operation, simply visit our website at www.latem.com

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Mass Finishing is Just Another Day in the Park

One of Latem Industries most cherished customers is also one of the top manufacturers of site furnishings, designing, and building everything from outdoor garbage cans and park benches to outdoor fitness equipment.

 

Green spaces all over North America have been significantly enhanced by their outdoor configurations, and to know that we at Latem Industries in Cambridge, have helped to finish many of these products is quite satisfying. It certainly makes that 'just another day in the park' more than just a metaphor.

 

 

We've Set the Benchmark in Mass Finishing

Latem Industries has been in the finishing business since 1977. It all started for us when the family, then based in London, Ontario, was looking for ways to polish up their trophies and awards pieces. Demand grew quickly, as the need for mass metal finishing became apparent. 

 

It wasn't long before a second business was formed, outside of trophies and awards, and the name Latem (metal spelled backwards) was born. From London, the business was moved to Waterloo, Ontario, and then to our current home, a shared 80,000sqft facility (with our sister company, Plastico Industries) right along the shoulder of the 401 in Cambridge.

 

Today, we have dozens of pieces of equipment, specializing in everyting from shot blasting and peening, to vibrabory finishing, tumbling, washing and ultrasonic cleaning. Our combined Latem services pump out millions of parts each week, the majority of those for the automotive industry.

 

But it's not just cars we work on. As this blog suggests, we see many, and continue to see even more, non-automotive categories.

 

Canada's Most Versatile Shot Blasting Service

Latem Industries uses tumbles blasters, hang lines, table and spin blasters and a large belt blaster to keep parts moving through our blast department. This allows us to offer our customers a number of finishing alternatives, and because each machine is set up differently, each delivers a different result, at a different price point, meaing we have the benefit of finding the most efficient finishing solution.

 

While our equipment sets us apart from other suppliers, it is our people who truly make the difference. Latem uses a team of full time operators, many whom have been with us for 10, 20, even thirty years, to process your parts. It simply means we rely on knowledge and proven expereince to get the job done.

 

Kinda makes that day in the park all the more enjoyable.

 

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Latem Scores with Canada’s Premier Hockey Suppliers

Latem has had the pleasure of rubbing elbows with some of the most influential and interesting manufacturers in Ontario. While most represent the automotive industry, we’ve had the opportunity to step into quite a few different arenas, including that of our national pastime.

 

We Always Have Our Game Face On

 

One of our customers supports Canada’s game with an impressive line-up of hockey arena supplies and services. They’re an official supplier to some of the world’s premier hockey leagues, including the NHL and AHL. You’ll find their boards and arena supplies in many of the top ice rinks in North America.

 

For anyone with a fondness for the game, stepping inside their showroom makes you feel like a kid in a candy store. Almost makes you wanna lace up for the nearest big-league tryouts!

 

 

 

Taking Our Best Shot

 

We kicked off our relationship with this customer by providing shot blast services for their staple product: large, fabricated channels used to hold hockey boards in place. Shot blasting is a crucial step in furnishing a better surface for coating adhesion.

 

These pros already had a system in place (one that’s highly respected in the world of professional hockey), but they put their trust in Latem Industries to further enhance their product. That’s a bit of a feather in our cap!

 

The company also supplies professional goalie nets. Latem Industries has had the privilege of placing our stamp on quite a few nets, so to speak, by providing shot blasting as a preparation service before the nets are coated.

 

Always ready for a challenge, our team clearly stepped up to the plate (oops, wrong game!) and delivered winning results for a champion customer. We understood their expectations, took our best shot, and achieved a win-win for both teams.

 

Score Big With the Right Mass Finishing Service

 

We often talk about how Latem Industries is all about ‘putting out fires’ for our customers. And while that is a majority of our business, there are a number of instances where our services just make life better for clients. The one simple step we add at Latem makes for a much better product in the marketplace.

 

An abrasive blast process is all but mandatory before coating because it strips imperfections from the surface and creates a much cleaner substrate. This allows the protective coating to fully bond to the surface. Conversely, an improperly-prepared surface will often flake or peel early on, which is nothing less than an invitation for corrosion.

 

Shot blasting and peening is just one of many finishing services we provide. Our customers also call on us for ultrasonic cleaning and parts washing, barrel tumbling, deburring, and vibratory services. Everything we do here at Latem Industries is about supplying the perfect finish for our customers, and we can back up that claim not only by the volume of parts we see, but by the number of repeat customers.

 

We’ve been at this game for 40 years, and we continue to be highly motivated to provide solutions to the manufacturing process. Looking back at the parts we’ve seen and continue to see, it’s encouraging to know our solutions are the real deal.

 

Sure, we love the game of hockey as much as the next Canadian (some might question our patriotism if we didn’t!) But we’ll admit that part of the fun is watching the pros play in an arena that may have Latem’s finishing touch.

 

Pretty cool, eh?

 

 

 

 

 

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Mass Finishing Through Ultrasonic Cleaning

The drum in your washing machine is a stainless-steel tub that spins and rotates your items, while also hitting them with high pressure water, steam, and soap. We have a few industrial-sized drum washers at Latem that are significantly larger than the washing machine you have at home. However, ultrasonic cleaning is an entirely different process that is ultimately more effective for our purposes.

 

Ultrasonic Washing

Ultrasonic washing provides a gentler cleaning action than that achieved with drum washing. There is no part-on-part contact because the parts are not sliding up and down a drum as your clothes do.

 

Instead, a cavitation process generates millions upon millions of bubbles that burst at up to 20,000 psi. The pressure of that bursting action, along with Latem's own brand of compounds, is what gets parts clean.

 

As you can see from that description, the washing of these parts is quite aggressive and highly effective. Also, thanks to that lack of part movement, it is ideal for more sensitive materials, such as aluminum or machined surfaces.

 

What Can Ultrasonic Cleaning Do?

Ultrasonic cleaning won't make you leap tall buildings, but it has gotten hundreds of our customers out of a jam, making us superheroes of a different kind.

 

 

Latem Industries relies on our ultrasonic department to wash parts caked with oil, grease, dirt, and rust. Depending on the size, weight, and geometry of a part, we can move an impressive volume of material through our system. We've cleaned parts as small as half an inch and some as long as four feet. We've seen some really ugly rust in our day, and removed some pretty thick grease.

 

We can process just about anything that is metallic. Over the last few years, we have expanded our operations to include cleaning resin products, some of which come with some pretty stringent cleaning specifications.

 

 

Latem Industries Set-up

 

Latem Industries has several tank configurations and tooling options, which makes us able to provide a premium method of cleaning. This gives us quite a bit of flexibility in setting up the most efficient ultrasonic process for a client’s parts.

 

Our team of engineers is heavily involved in putting together the most efficient solution for each customer. They work very closely with both our lead hand and full-time ultrasonic operators to ensure consistency and process flow. That allows us to get a job done on time and on schedule, ensuring the client receives their cleaned parts back as soon as possible.

 

Those parts are usually bulk-packed back into the containers as we originally received them. However, if required, we are happy to discuss any special packing needs your company may require.

 

Latem Industries is a mass finishing company and while we welcome small volume work, our equipment moves large volumes of parts. Therefore, any work carries minimum charges. 

 

For more information on how our cleaning services can benefit your business, visit our site at www.latem.com.  Feel free to contact our Sales Manager, Dave Mattingly at 519-240--0739.

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The Art of Mass Metal Finishing

We don’t get to play with crayons, brushes or paint, and we never work on canvas, yet, some might say (OK, we say it) that Latem Industries is the Picasso of Ontario’s Mass Metal Finishers.

 

Latem Industries Studio

As you drive across Highway 401 through Cambridge, it’s near impossible not to notice our most recognized piece of artwork, our sign (see below). This monument has been turning heads since the turn of the century, but Latem Industries has been processing massive volumes of metal parts since 1977. We got our start adding our ‘artistic’ touch to awards pieces for the family trophy business in London, Ontario. From there, we quickly grew into a mass metal finishing operation in Waterloo, then into a much larger, shared space, with our sister company in Cambridge. Our primary customer’s, are now Ontario’s automotive manufacturers.

 

 

Some of Our Best Artwork

To achieve the finished pieces shown below, takes practice and skill. In more than one case, it took our team several trial runs, and some capital investments to bring about the desired surface finish.

 

 

Reinventing the wheel, so to speak, has become almost commonplace in our facility. Sure, every once in a while we run into a problem that we can solve with our eyes closed, but for the most part, the processing requires constant input, policing and interaction with our ‘artists.’  Our processes, along with the compounds we manufacture in-house are 100% proprietary, protected to maintain the integrity of our business.

 

So What Makes Us Artists?

First off, it does make for a catchy blog title. But the truth is, the definition of an artist is ‘a person skilled at a particular task or occupation’, and we have the most skilled ‘artisans’ in the mass finishing business.

 

The processes we use to deliver the right finish are not as easily developed as some might think. We employ a team of Engineers, along with a production lead with more than 30 years of mass finishing experience, to determine the most efficient process for each part. Our knowledge in the finishing industry is unmatched.

 

We see ourselves as ‘artists of the trade’, innovators who will literally stop at nothing to find a solution to a problem commonly, and even not so often, found in manufacturing operations.

 

Why Latem Industries?

We take our artwork very seriously. We’ve been in the business for 40 years in 2017, and we continue to evolve as the needs of our customers evolve. We are constantly looking ahead, to determine what might be required of us in the future, expansion, new equipment and new processes to manage non-metallic parts for example. We’re centrally located and easily accessible, just off the 401. And we get the immediacy to have your parts back to you ASAP.

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Vibratory Finishing vs Barrel Tumbling – A Mass Metal Finishing Conundrum

Someone once suggested that choosing between a vibratory process and barrel tumbling is like trying to decide between a Toyota and a Honda. He said, “both will get you from point A to point B…in the end, it really comes down to preference.” The two operations deliver similar results, but are very different. So much so that in many cases, if you took the same part and ran one batch in a vibe unit and the other in a tumbler, the end result would be considerably different. 

 

 

Knowledge is Key

 

Located in Cambridge, Ontario, Latem Industries processes millions of parts every week through our vibratory and tumbling departments, so we certainly have some ownership in this market. Our team manages well over a dozen pieces of vibratory and tumbling machines daily, each unit set to achieve a different result.  Not only is Latem Industries celebrating 40 years of mass finishing in 2017, we are very proud to have several employees who have spent 30 or more years with us. Our team has seen a lot, and it is their knowledge that we draw on to find an efficient and equitable solution for all parties.

 

Mass Finishing – Vibratory Style

 

Vibratory finishing involves a bowl or tub, partially filled with media and topped off with parts in need of processing. Equipment ranges in size, from single digit cubic foot machines to units that are well over 100 cubic feet. In this technique, our machines vibrate vigorously, while slowly moving the parts around the machine in a corkscrew pattern. The media brushes up against the parts to remove edges, burrs, dirt, oil, and rust. With the right media and compound selection, it can even polish parts.

 

Vibratory finishing is ideal for just about any type of metal, in either a soft or a hardened state.

 

Mass Finishing – Barrel Tumbling Style

 

Barrel tumbling, or machine tumbling, is a part-on-part process and is considerably more aggressive than vibratory finishing. The end result is often the same—edge break, dirt, oil and rust removal, and even clean to a bright finish—but it is best suited for smaller, harder metal parts.

 

Our Approach

 

For us, it never comes down to preference, nor has it ever been just about ‘getting from point A to point B.’  There are too many possibilities in between those two stages for it to be that simple. Factors such as part geometry, weight, composition, incoming condition, and the next stage in the process all come into play when determining the best course of action. In the end, we focus on which process will deliver the best results, and yet also provide superior efficiency for our customer.

 

It’s these specific processes that got Latem Industries its start back in 1977. The challenge then was to find the best way to polish up trophy pieces for the family business in London. Today, we’re along the 401 in Cambridge and have grown substantially, but Latem is still in the mass finishing business. We still get the odd award or trophy topping to polish, but it is much more common for us to see truckloads of automotive parts.

 

Our business is all about solving problems in the manufacturing process, and even after 40 years, we continue to prove that point daily. If sharp edges, burrs, rust or even excessive dirt and oil is a problem, simply look for our sign on the south side of the 401 in Cambridge. Stop by or contact us through our website (latem.com) to quickly find out how we can be of service to your business.

 

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Metal Finishing for the Fitness Industry

True, Latem Industries in Cambridge is a mass metal finishing company, with strong ties to Ontario’s automotive manufacturing industry. But while working with car parts has kept us in great shape the past 40 years, it isn’t the only industry we serve.

 

Latem Industries is Pumping Iron

We’ve been known to flex a bit of muscle in the fitness industry as well. Over the last few years, we have had the pleasure of cleaning up a good volume of outdoor fitness products. Truckloads of parts have passed through our doors, and right onto one of our shot blasting lines, the final step before they are coated and put in place for the end user.

 

We’ve seen weight plates and barbells, and over in our ultrasonic department, we’ve even cleaned components for high end stationary bikes that were being refinished, and put back into production. Latem has removed burrs from the edges of tubes that went on to become handles for universal fitness machines. We’ve cleaned bins of iron elbows used on goalie nets in professional hockey. We worked with a small local manufacturer to clean and polish his high end stainless steel hockey skate blades. Some might say hunting is a form of fitness. Others might argue. Either way, Latem Industries has processed thousands of crossbow and rifle components.

 

You know, when you look back, some might say we’ve done it all. We say nah…we want more challenges, so bring ‘em on!

 

Be Prepared

Preparation servicing is a key component to the success of our business. Depending on where a particular batch of parts is going next, we have a pretty decent selection of preparation processes, the most common being our shot blasting department. Blasting will rough up the surface, and therefore improve the adhesion of the coating to the substrate. Latem uses table units, tumble units, belt driven machines, hang lines and spin blasters to tackle issues for our customers.

 

If the formation of rust after we clean the metal is a concern, Latem Industries has many options for applying either a water or oil based inhibitor to protect the parts on their way to the next process.

 

Why Not Primer Coat Here?

One distinct advantage to sending your workout gear, or any other inventory of manufactured metal parts for that matter, to Latem, is our ability to prime the part before it is top coated. We are truly a single-source supplier, featuring two cohesive businesses under one roof. At the other end of our building is our sister company, Plastico Industries, coating experts in nylon, plastisol and A-coat. The latter coating is simply a black paint that will only bond to an iron substrate. It was developed to be a primer, making it yet another ideal solution before moving your parts on for the final topping.

 

We’ll Help Keep You in Shape

We’ve been playing this game since 1977, that’s forty years at the time this blog was written. We’re not perfect, but we do feel we have perfected the art of mass metal finishing, and when it comes to quick and effective solutions, there is no better place to turn than Latem Industries.

 

Whether your problem is a small batch of rusted equipment, or trailer loads of new material in need of preparation before coating, we’re the team to get it done.

 

You might say we’ll pump you up!

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Why Stampers Require Solutions in Mass Metal Finishing

Latem serves many industries, however the bulk of our business comes from Ontario’s automotive manufacturers. A lot of our customers are stampers (see picture above – thanks Google). As big and expensive as these presses look, and these are small compared to some of them, they’re not perfect. And to be honest, we love it, because when the die in that press malfunctions, it could mean burrs, sharp edges or excessive oil is left on the part. Either of these scenarios could pose big problems to the stamping facility, because holding up production for their customer, usually an assembly plant, is NEVER an option.

 

 

The Superhero of Our Story

 

Enter Latem Industries in Cambridge, Ontario. We are in the manufacturing solutions business, and for the last 40 years, we have made problems like these, amongst many others, simply go away. It is our sole reason for existence, and we’ve existed for 40 years.

We offer solutions using vibratory finishing, burnishing and tumbling, shot blasting and peening, drum washing and ultrasonic cleaning. All of the above are tried, tested and proven daily as seen in the volume of parts we process weekly, which is well into the millions. ­

 

So How Do We Remove Sharp Edges?

 

Did Clark Kent let the world know he was Superman? We can’t give all our secrets away, but we can tell you this. We have two main processes for tackling this issue. One is to vibe the parts using a mixture of compounds, media and parts. The sharp edges are slowly removed as the parts turn in a corkscrew motion through hundreds, or even thousands of pounds of media.  

 

The other common solution is our barrel tumbling process, similar to, and often mistaken for vibratory. Tumbling is quite agressive, relying on a part-on-part technique to properly finish the parts.

 

In either scenario above, there are a number of additional factors that will affect results, including cycle time, load size, the right compound and media. At times we even look at what type of water to use, yes water.

 

How Do We Get Rid of Rust?

 

We celebrate ‘Rust Season’ like a child celebrates Christmas. Our customers however, not so much, so when that reddish-orange stuff starts to appear, traffic picks up quite rapidly at our shipping doors. We’ll see truckloads of parts every day, all with the same problem…rust.

 

Latem Industries has a number of processes to solve this problem. Depending on the part, we can shot blast, tumble, vibe, and for that ‘white rust’ found on aluminum, ultrasonic wash will usually do the trick.

 

How Does Latem Remove Oil?

 

After stamping, parts often move on to be coated, or straight to assembly. These massive presses use stamping oils in their process, which often becomes a hindrance in the next step. Oil removal may seem like a pretty simple issue to tackle, but it can be tricky. Knowledge is key, because parts still need to be protected. They also need to be turned around extremely fast!

 

We have a number of washing machines, no not Maytag, to handle these problems. Always part dependent, we can vibe, tumble, ultrasonically clean or use one of our massive drum washers to remove the oils.

 

Why Does Latem Do All of This?

 

Because we’re very good at it, and also because we thoroughly enjoy it! Even after forty years however, we’re still learning. As manufacturing processes evolve, so too must we, if we are to continue to solve problems for our customers.

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Mass Metal Finishing is Dirty Business

Perhaps our new website says it best, “we don’t play dirty, but we do like playing in the dirt.” After all, dirty parts are where we got our start in this business in 1977. Since then, it’s been a whirlwind of activity, challenges, large peaks and deep valleys. In the end, there is always something exciting happening on our floor.

 

 

Versatility is Key to Our Success

From auger, or drum washing, to barrel tumbling, shot blasting and vibratory finishing, Latem Industries is processing millions of parts every day. We also feature one of the largest commercial ultrasonic cleaning capacities in Ontario. Our ultrasonic baths are perhaps our most effective and most efficient way to clean parts that need to be handled with a little more care. Latem Industries has a complete ultrasonic department, with multiple set-ups, giving us the capacity for general cleaning, as well the ability to hit tight cleaning specifications.

 

We don't pigeon hole our processes, but here is how, traditionally, our services are broken down.

 

Parts Washing

Latem Industries uses an auger washing process to clean significant volumes of parts in a short period of time. We even have a separate unit used to specifically clean scrap, or excessively dirty parts. Auger washing is used primarily to remove oil and/or dirt.

 

Our ultrasonic department handles the more delicate parts, usually aluminum. It is very versatile process, allowing us to remove oil, some greases, and both white rust found on aluminum part, and that nasty red stuff found on other metals.

 

Vibratory Finishing

Our capacity in this department is impressive. We have enough vibratory machines to fill several tractor trailer loads. The takeaway for our customer here is not only capacity, but each machine uses a different media, allowing multiple processing options, and therefore finishes. We also use Latem compounds and rust inhibitors, which are inherent in the process.

 

In vibratory metal finishing, we can wash, remove corrosion, take away sharp edges, remove burrs and even polish parts to a bright shiny finish.

 

Barrel Tumbling

Our tumbling barrels (note the plural) are pretty aggressive. We use a variety of processes here, but the most common is a part on part technique, with a mixture of our own washing compounds and rust inhibitor.

 

Tumbling is a common operation for pretty much the exact same requirements in vibratory, however, barrel tumbling is more suitable for smaller, hardened metal parts.

 

Shot Blasting

We have tractor trailer loads of equipment in this department as well. Like vibratory finishing, each blasting unit is different from the one next to it, so again, it completely broadens our scope within this department. When it comes to metal parts, there is very little we can accomplish in this department.

 

Shot blasting is common for rust removal, weld zone clean up, heat treat scale removal and for improving the surface finish of a part before it is coated.

 

Shot Peening

Very similar to shot blasting, and in some cases, even using the same equipment, we peen to achieve a supplied specification.

 

Why Latem?

It’s Latem’s extraordinary assortment of finishing services, plus our variety of individual processes within each service group, that set us apart from our competitors.    

 

When you add to this the knowledge from forty years of service, plus multiple employees with 20 plus years, there truly is no other mass metal finishing supplier that can offer what Latem Industries delivers.

 

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