A message from our Chief Executive Perfectionist
Because when a customer asks us to plate their parts, our attitude is that those parts are very close to perfect. Our job is to get them all the way there, and we’ll do whatever it takes to make that happen.
Because the way we see it, we aren’t just plating parts; we’re plating perfection.
And that’s why we leave no stone unturned in pursuing perfection. We invest heavily in – and in many cases invent – state-of-the-art technology. We devote an unmatched level of engineering planning to make sure we’re using the best possible processes for each and every part we plate. We utilize an unparalleled system of automatic and human monitors to make sure that those processes are proceeding precisely according to plan. We go to unprecedented lengths to provide our customers with the best care and best overall value possible. And, perhaps most important, we do all of these things with an exceptionally talented, hard-working, passionate team of artisans who are truly committed to plating perfection.
As we like to say, you don’t have to be a Schweich to work for Plateco; you just have to be a perfectionist.
So, on behalf of my fellow perfectionists, I’d like to thank you for visiting our website. If you’re not already a customer of ours, I truly hope we have the opportunity of serving you one day. And if we do, I’m confident we’ll give you a level of plating quality, service and value you never imagined to be possible.
Chief Executive Perfectionist
Our Core Values
Product quality specifications
Product delivery timetables
On spec. On time. Or it’s on us.
Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.
The point is that we LOVE what we do, and it really shows in our work. If you tour our factory – and we hope you do – you’ll see a team of highly energized, highly engaged people who are always working hard and often smiling when they do it. We genuinely like each other as people and as teammates, and we LOVE winning together. And by winning together we mean thrilling our customers.
unless you’re a perfectionist yourself!