Lectro Engineering

1643 Lotsie Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63132​

314-567-3100​

About Us

Lectro Engineering is recognized as a worldwide leader in downstream blow molding line automation and plastic surface treating.

To earn and maintain this position, we have and will continue our aggressive approach to research and development across both of our business units.  Unlike other manufacturers, Lectro has a huge inventory of parts for the thousands of units that are in production facilities today. The service department is unparalleled in response time and customer satisfaction. Keeping our customers’ lines running is the number one goal at Lectro today and tomorrow.

John

President/Owner

Rick

Vice President of Operations

Greg

Vice President of Sales

Zack

Engineering

Global

After establishing an excellent reputation for building the best plastic surface treating equipment in North America in its first 30 years, Lectro started playing a much bigger role on the world stage and now has machines running in over 21 countries throughout the world.
Lectro Engineering Company began operations in 1960. At that time, the LectroTreat three dimensional plastic surface treater was the only product available. Blow molders loved the equipment for its reliability, versatility, safety and high production rates. Most importantly, it eliminated the need for testing or validation for surface treatment because it had the ability to surface treat containers the same way every time.
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Comprehensive

What started as one unique machine featuring innovative open air, cold plasma technology has expanded into a full line of plastic surface treating machines as well as a one-stop shop for downstream blow molding equipment that includes the MTM line of spin trimmers, deflashers, demoilers and takeaways.
Our History

1960's

Lectro Engineering Company began operations in 1960. At that time, the LectroTreat three dimensional plastic surface treater was the only product available. Blow molders loved the equipment for its reliability, versatility, safety and high production rates. Most importantly, it eliminated the need for testing or validation for surface treatment because it had the ability to surface treat containers the same way every time.

1970's-1980's

Through the 70’s and 80’s the company grew  and established an excellent reputation for building the best plastic surface treating equipment in North America. It continued to develop many patented improvements for treating larger containers at much higher production rates which continue to fuel its growth.

1990's

With the emergence of water based paints and adhesives, the company began solving adhesion problems on different types of plastic parts for customers around the world in new and emerging markets.

 

2000's

In the early 2000s, Lectro Engineering Company acquired the assets of MTM Systems and St. Louis-based Automation Technology Incorporated, making Lectro Engineering a one-stop shop for down stream blow molding equipment. Over the next several years, the MTM line of spin trimmers, deflashers, demoilers, and takeaways were redesigned and new products were added.

2020

John Bliven acquires the company and immediately expands its production capacity by investing in additional space, a new Waterjet Machining Center and an expanded workforce.

 

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