We believe in Manufacturing in America and focus on serving our customers

30 years ago, we started in plastics with the purpose of engineering innovations into reality. We choose Plastic Injection  Molding for several reasons:

  1. It's accurate.
  2. It's fast
  3. Low Labor cost
  4. It's resourceful
  5. Flexible
  6. Ideal for creating high-strength and heat resistant components
  7. A smooth finished appearance
  8. Co-injection molding
  9. Cheaper than plastic machining or additive manufacturing
  10. It's widely used

We've mastered the intricacies of custom injection molding and we apply that knowledge to every project. Our clients are more to us than just another job; from design to shipping, we're here for you. 

Our sister company is the well-known marine hardware supplier SEA-DOG Corporation, established in 1923. Recognizing the potential of plastic injection molding in 1987, SEA-DOG founded Sea-Lect Plastics in 1995. 

For thirty years, Sea-Lect Plastics has worked hard to exceed our customer’s expectations. The international ISO 9001:2015 certification is evidence of our commitment in Understanding customer needs, and meeting delivery requirements | reducing waste and redundancies | Training and evaluating effectiveness of training employees on abilities | Improve shop utilization and efficiency. The ISO 9000 family of standards represents an international consensus on good quality management practices. It consists of standards and guidelines relating to quality management systems and related supporting standards.


For information about our apprenticeship programs and open positions, visit our Careers page.

I’m 100% happy with them. Everything is done on time. The communication lines are open. It’s a mutual relationship that makes everything run smoothly. No complaints.
— Bryce Good, Washington Security Products
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The Sea-lect Team

Matt Poischbeg

VP & General Manager

Matt took over the reins at Sea-Lect Plastics Corporation as VP/General Manager in 1999. You want to talk to him in all aspects of Injection Molding & Tooling. His specialty is Product Design, Engineering, Prototypes and Pricing for Molds and Production. 

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Matt was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany. He moved to Everett, WA after finishing his BA in Business in 1995 to work for SEA-DOG Corporation. Matt has a passion for apprenticeship programs and believes that skill training needs to start in middle schools. He supports CTE advisory boards and serves on the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) advisory board.

Outside of work, you can find Matt and his Wife Wendy at the Gym, on the obstacle course, or supporting the local arts community.

Darren Davis

Shop Foreman

Darren has been in the Plastics Industry for over 30 years. He started at SEA-LECT Plastics in 2010 as Shop Foreman. Darren’s Leadership and communication skills are an important asset and the key for the smooth operation. 

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Darren makes the daily challenges of supervising the production crew, adapting to schedule changes, and always keeping the customer happy look easy. His strong knowledge of all aspects of plastics manufacturing enable him to analyze and problem solve quickly and efficiently.

Outside of SEA-LECT, he runs his own business of plastics assembly and still finds time for camping, fishing, and spending quality time with his family.

Charlotte Haines-Bryant

Buyer, Planner & Customer Service

Charlotte joined our team in 2012 bringing with her 20+ years of experience in purchasing and planning. She will be the first voice you hear when you call.  Charlotte enters orders and works directly with our Shop Foreman to schedule production and meet customer needs. While working with suppliers she ensures material requirement are fulfilled as needed. 

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Charlotte brings value and integrity to our team by focusing on building strong partnerships with our customers, suppliers, and other team members at SEA-LECT. If you have questions about your order, need to pay an invoice, or have any questions in general, this is the person to ask. If she does not have the answer she will find you someone that will.

Charlotte and her husband Joe have three grown children and two fur-babies! They enjoy camping, hiking, biking and are big fans of the SeaHawks, Mariners and Nascar! She also enjoys scrapbooking and spending time with family.


Shipping & Receiving Lead

Angela is our Shipping and Receiving Lead. Most of the parts we manufacture need to be counted before they get shipped. In 2015 Angela and her Assistant counted and shipped 12,000,000 parts. Angela joined Sea-Lect Plastics in 2014 as Molding Machine Attendant and quickly discovered her passion for accuracy and counting parts.

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Angela's enthusiasm, high energy, and initiative to improve processes make her a great team member and fun to work with. She genuinely cares about our customers and takes the time to accommodate all of their shipping requests and requirements.

She enjoys hiking, yoga and loves her Seattle Sounders.

Jason Bates

Maintenance Mechanic

Ronnie is the Maintenance Mechanic at SEA-LECT. He is in charge of keeping the injection molding machines and auxiliary equipment up and running. Ronnie’s understanding of injection molding machines, processes, and how the shop operates are important of keeping SEA-LECT equipment running efficient and reliable. 

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Ronnie oversees the preventive maintenance program which significantly reduces any equipment break down. He started at Sea-Lect Plastics in 2009 and began his Plastics career as a material handler, quickly learning all the processes to material blending and drying. After being in materials for a year he wanted to expand his knowledge, so he went to machine set up and set down. While learning set ups he also started learning how to process the machines. In 2011 Ronnie became a Process Technician and was soaking in as much on the job training as possible, which led to the Lead-Process Technician position and mentor in 2015.

Throughout his professional career he has been passionate about working on machines and equipment. In his free time he enjoys working on cars and camping.

Sara Wickline-Haskell

Quality Lead

Sara is focused on Quality improvements at Sea-Lect Plastics. Her background includes 15+ years in the manufacturing arena. Starting out as an Assembly Technician, Sara worked into Inventory Management. Spending 10 years as a Purchasing Manager, she gained experience in the Quality arena by assisting with implementations such as lean manufacturing, MRP, and ISO Certification.   

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Sara strives for Quality Company Values as a whole and has a clear understanding of the importance of teamwork. She has a hands on approach and has documented the entire Quality Management System and all the supporting documents. Sara also works to continually improve the document control processes, keeping records up to date and bringing Sea-Lect Plastics forward in Quality Management.

She enjoys kayaking, camping, bike riding, home improvement projects, and spending quality time with her family. Sara currently lives in Everett, WA with her husband, and also 3 cats, to which she is certain she is allergic.


Our Vision:

Built on a strong foundation, molding a better tomorrow.

Our Mission:

SEA-LECT Plastics Corporation provides design, development, tooling and injection molding through skilled employees, improved processes, innovation and strong customer relationships to become the leading injection molding company in the Pacific Northwest for high-value private companies, government entities and partners.

Our Values:

Creativity & Innovation, Teamwork, Fun, Knowledge & Wisdom, Respect, Community Service, Growth & Continuous Improvement, Quality

We offer several Apprenticeship programs for careers in the Injection Molding industry. Learn more →


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