Laminator Cover Letter Sample

Updated on: July 15, 2018

Venturing into the big, bad world of writing a cover letter?

The good news is that it isn’t as bad as it seems. It is true the writing a cover letter is a big thing for many of us, as much depends on how well we present ourselves as the best candidate out there, but trying too hard is not going to make things better for you. In fact, they may have the opposite effect.

Here is a sample to help you:



Laminator Cover Letter Example



July 15, 2018

Mr. Nick Robinson
Human Resource Manager
Everglades Boats
1993 Dusty Road
Orlando, FL 27834


Dear Mr. Robinson:

It has been over ten years that I have been working as a laminator, which itself is proof of how skilled I am in this regard. Now, I would like to extend the benefit of these skills to Everglades Boats, where I am sure that I will be able to make a substantial mark, and cut a niche for myself, while positively contributing to the company.

Over the years that I have worked in the capacity of a laminator, I have been handling many complex work activities, including cementing precut laminated plastic coverings, handling mold inspections before production, creating resin and gel coat coverings, and performing finishing work on hulls, decks, and soles.

My exposure to working in this capacity is extensive – I have been known to finish my work in much less than the time provided by supervisors, owing to a great ability to handle work processes in a profound, and timely manner, leaving a lot of leeway for end-project inspections, and corrections if required. Moreover, I am an insightful individual, who makes sure that any issues are foreseen and handled immediately before they can turn into a crises situation.

I would like to meet with you in person so that I can further elaborate on this, to arrange which, I will call you soon. Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you.




Nathan Cooper

(000) 658-5234


Writing a cover letter can be easy if you are aware of what your core strengths are. It is only when you have not done a thorough self-analysis that writing one may seem like a task.

Find out what your capabilities are in the capacity that you will (hopefully) be hired in, and then write your cover letter, outlining all that you are capable of doing, and how you intend to be a great contributor.