Performance Engineered Tapes
PATCO® is a leader in designing and engineering pressure-sensitive tapes for unique and challenging applications.
Exceptional Materials Expertise
PATCO® offers one of the widest, most comprehensive selections of film substrates, pressure-sensitive adhesive systems, and release liner technologies.
Features & Benefits:
- Made in USA of US & Global Components
- Rolls from 1/8" to 60" wide
- Carriers include film substrates such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), as well as interior- or exterior-grade polyurethanes, and more
- Rubber, acrylic, silicone, and polyurethane adhesives
- Flexible liner options
- Engineered, customizable adhesive solutions
News & Insights
How Sustainability Certifications like ISCC PLUS Enhance Transparency & Drive Circularity
Across the globe, brands have announced ambitious sustainable packaging goals to support the transition to a circular, net-zero economy. With many of these brands committing to 100% reusable, recyclable, or compostable packaging, they look to suppliers on the cutting edge of safely, reliably, and cost-effectively designing for circularity and developing products that are made to be remade.
Manufacturing Award Reinforces Berry Global’s Commitment to Sustainable Packaging
Berry Global has won Manufacturer of the Year (over £25m) at the Made in Central and East England Awards, which celebrate the cream of the region’s manufacturing industry, and is now a finalist for the National Awards to be announced in June.
Berry, Peel Plastics, ExxonMobil Collaborate to Use Certified-Circular Content in Pet Food Packaging
Berry Global Group, Inc. (NYSE: BERY), Peel Plastic Products Ltd., and ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) today announced they are working together to integrate International Sustainability and Carbon Certificate (ISCC) PLUS certified-circular plastics into pet food packaging for household brand names.
Berry to Share its Sustainability Expertise at Interpack
With sustainability being one of the overriding criteria for companies’ ongoing packaging requirements, Berry Global will take the opportunity through its participation at Interpack to help visitors navigate some of the challenges of sustainable pack development and explain one of the very latest solutions, to demonstrate how plastics can play a key role in the move to a circular economy.