It is with great sadness we share the loss of Courtney Langdon-Codd, passing Thursday, September 9th, due to the Coronavirus. Courtney joined the MBK Team in 1998, serving in many different roles, including Sales, Customer Service, Supply Chain & Logistics, and finally Project Management. Courtney was a dedicated employee, problem-solver, and leader. You could always count on Courtney to do her job and step up to help others and lead the way. She mentored and trained many employees and was always patient and positive. Her devotion to the company and empathetic attitude toward her peers was exemplary to all. The MBK family will miss her greatly.
Businesses across the globe are experiencing shortages of chemicals, materials, plant closures, workforces, and much more that were previously thought improbable in our lifetime. Raw material and supply constraints and logistics in conjunction with a significant increase in demand have made the supply chain volatile. That being said, we are experiencing unprecedented delays at nearly every step of the procurement, delivery, and manufacturing process.
Looking to manufacture a new or improved medical product? Be sure to partner with a reliable tape converter who has the industry knowledge, experience, certifications, and equipment to manufacture the product. Working with a top-notch converter who has relationships with high-quality suppliers allows engineers to manufacture a product that is best suited for the end-user application and requirements.
To get your new or improved medical product to market quickly and successfully, utilize the services of a medical tape converter from the start of the manufacturing process. They provide expertise on material selection, converting know-how, and design for scalability and cost-effectiveness, while meeting the application requirements.
Converting tapes and flexible materials requires special machinery and distinctive know-how. Since 1971, the MBK team has the experience, expertise, and converting capabilities to offer tailored solutions for a wide variety of applications. From a simple slit to complex die-cuts, MBK transforms raw flexible materials into usable products.
This year, MBK Tape Solutions is celebrating 50 years in the tape converting business. Founded by John Kaminski in 1971, the business has passed from father to son for three generations. Being a family run company, relationship building with their customers, vendors and staff is critical to making a successful company. With that being said, the company has earned a reputation for integrity, outstanding customer care and innovative tape solutions.
During this highly contagious pandemic, safety protocols require frequent cleaning, disinfecting and maintenance of high-touch surfaces. 3M offers new durable protective films which feature an optically clear hardcoat layer containing an antimicrobial agent.
MBK Tape Solutions is honored to help support our U.S. Veterans by giving construction tape products to the non-profit organization, Homes 4 Families. MBK donated rolls of masking tape, colored vinyl marking tape, electrical tape, aluminum foil tape and duct tape to the Veteran affordable housing development project being built in the City of Palmdale, a Los Angeles community.
MBK’s employee and recent graduate of CSUN, Madison Camp, recently coordinated with the Deaf Studies Department to distribute MBK face shields to the Deaf Community in the Los Angeles area. These face shields help the deaf communicate clearly while simultaneously offering protection.
To ensure the safety of employees, customers and the community, MBK Tape Solutions offers a variety of Stay Safe solutions from fully assembled PPE face shields to temporary mounting of signs, protecting floors, marking safe distances, sealing contaminated containers, fastening partitions and much more.