About LMC Industries
LMC Industries customers rely heavily on our engineering experience and technical expertise during all phases of the part design/redesign process by using nearly 75 years of experience in designing for manufacturability and quality.
LMC is a full service engineered solutions provider of custom Metal and Plastic components and assemblies for the Automotive, Industrial, Agricultural, Medical, Electrical/Electronics and Consumer Products industries. Our technical experts have the unique ability to produce high quality Metal Stampings, Plastic Injection Molded parts, and Insert Molded/Overmolded products (metal & plastic combined) and assemblies all under one roof. Assembly, Welding, Finishing, Passivation, Packaging, and Kitting services are also available. Onsite Engineering services include Tool Design/Maintenance/Inspection, Material Selection/Recommendation, Prototyping, etc.
LMC is ISO 9001 & TS 16949 Certified with a fully staffed and equipped Quality Department and Lab. Our manufacturing facilities employ Lean Manufacturing principles and total over 225,000 square feet. LMC’s main locations are strategically located near the center of the U.S. (St. Louis, MO area). We supply to customers all over the world utilizing modern JIT production/delivery, EDI order entry/tracking, and FIFO inventory management processes.
Our Heritage and History
LMC began with a toolmaker’s dream to innovate and build high quality equipment and improve the manufacturability of customers’ products. In the years since our founding in 1945 by Fred Suellentrop, Sr., our company has evolved into one where professionals are engaged in developing customer specific technical solutions and leading the enterprise. Our governance process has evolved to include Outside Board members working with shareholders to shape our future.
Still family owned nearly 75 years later; our founder’s same Guiding principles drive our business today:
- Innovation – Creativity, agility, Productivity, BETTER, FASTER, CHEAPER
- Quality – Data Based Decision Making, Lean Manufacturing Operating Discipline, Suppler Development, Internal Training & development, Drive for Continuous Improvement
- TRUST – Integrity, Honesty, Respect, Living by our Code of Conduct
- Serving Others – Customer 1st focus on decision-making, Accountability = Courage, Teamwork, Recognition, Safety, Respect Differences, Supplier Partnerships, Community