As a company with tradition rooted in innovation, Tapecon has been actively involved in a number of sustainability initiatives. Continuous improvement has been one of Tapecon’s core values since the business was first started in 1919 and as a result, Tapecon has embraced a number of lean and sustainable practices in order to evolve.
In this guide, we’ll cover best practices for materials selection, printing, and converting processes, and explain how companies can focus on the triple bottom line – profit, people, and the planet.
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and enhance lives. If you’re seeking a manufacturing partner
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