How should packaging tape be stored?

Product Announcement from Shurtape Technologies, LLC

Proper Packaging Tape Storage

If you have ever pulled out a roll of packaging tape that you rarely use and found that it is no longer as sticky or as strong as you remembered, it might have something to do with where it was stored. At Tape University, learn how packaging tape should be stored in order to keep in pristine condition for anytime a job arises.

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At Shurtape, we design, develop and craft our tape to one simple standard. Yours. We know you demand attention to every detail. We know you strive to do the next job better than the last. We know you won't settle for anything less than exact. It's what has guided and inspired us every day since 1955.

Created in North Carolina as Shurtape Technologies LLC, we're a privately owned company proudly serving a variety of markets, from painting and packaging to HVAC and transportation. And we continually remain engaged with our markets and the customers and craftsmen who use our tape so we can deliver what they need. To the absolute highest standards.

As we continue to grow, the basis of our success remains the same: our relationships with our customers and craftsmen. We're grateful that so many of you have been intensely loyal. It's why we demand consistent product performance, on-time delivery and relentless customer service. It's also why we never stop investing in improving our manufacturing, our products and our distribution.

In other words, we work to do our job the way you do yours.


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