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Supporting Local Business: Hydraulic Hearth

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As the economy in Buffalo continues to grow, many new businesses are forming to support the transformation and history of our city. The Hydraulic Hearth is one of these emerging businesses that represent our region’s resurgence. Tapecon’s Greg Davis was spotted at the new restaurant, located at 716 Swan Street. The Hydraulic Hearth is located… Read more »

Tapecon attends Labelexpo Americas 2014

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Labelexpo Americas 2014, is taking place September 9 – 11 at Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Chicago.  Tapecon is excited to be sending leaders of its managment team to the event which alternates between the US and Europe every other year.  We are looking forward to meeting with familiar and new industry partners and keeping… Read more »

Tapecon to sell 2.3 acre Rochester, NY property

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During the major consolidation, renovation, and expansion project in 2012, Tapecon made the decision to relocate operations and staff from the Rochester facility to the improved and larger Buffalo headquarters. As part of the move, Tapecon donated the U.S. Custom House in Charlotte to the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse Historical Society on what was the year of the… Read more »

Innovative Options

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The customer, a high-end appliance manufacturer, was decorating their products with heavy-gauge, stamped steel bands that were mechanically fastened to the customer’s various products. The customer had been looking for a different method with which to decorate their products, aiming to be more cost-effective and improve efficiency in the manufacturing process. Tapecon’s Research & Development… Read more »

Full Service Solutions

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The customer, a Florida-based, high-end graphic design and engineering firm that has worked on projects that include concept cars and watercraft, found Tapecon through an internet search. The task at hand was an identity badge holder for high-security firms and government agencies. The badges contained RFID chips and the customer required that the badges could… Read more »