Posted on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016
Paso Robles, March 9
Tapp Label announced the opening of its sixth North American location and its first greenfield site, featuring state-of-the-art equipment including the latest HP Indigo digital press. Tapp Label is excited to provide a fully staffed manufacturing operation focused on the needs of Central Coast wineries, craft brewers and distillers looking for top-tier labels and shrink sleeves. Developing a Central Coast facility has been a long time goal for David Bowyer, CEO and President of Tapp Label Company. Bowyer said, “The Central Coast wine region remains an important and integral part of our wine label business in an expanding geographical area for the industry. Paso Robles will lend itself ease of business with Central Coast high end wineries and positions ourselves for growth.” Tapp will be a major sponsor next week at the 2016 WiVi Central Coast Wine Symposium. Tapp plans to host an open house celebration at their new facility this spring.3330 Ramada Drive Paso Robles, CA 805. 286.3710
About Tapp Label: With six locations and 300 employees in the USA and Canada, Tapp Label Company is a top-tier provider of innovative and cutting-edge label & shrink sleeve printing services for the beverage, food, consumer goods, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and personal care industries. Learn more at TappLabel.com
Posted on Friday, January 22nd, 2016
Tapp’s Strategic Acquisitions are Paving the Way for Rapid Growth
Tapp Label’s CEO Talks Rapid Growth & Future of the North American Wine Industry
NAPA, JANUARY 21
The goal for the company’s acquisition plan was – and is – to serve the high-end label market: half of Tapp Label’s business is focused on labels and packaging for wine, spirits, beer, beverages and “ready-to-drink” products. The company’s estate wineries, wine conglomerates, and large food and agricultural customers are served by the West Coast operations, while spirits, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and health and beauty sectors are served by a new location in the East.
As growth continues, jobs will be produced at whichever location is best suited from a production, operations and distribution standpoint.It’s been a breakneck pace for the company.
“As the US is one of the top three wine regions in the world, Bowyer predicts growth in the North American wine industry. He also foresees more years of a solid economy. He predicts that two labels per bottle will continue to be the norm for wine labels, although he sees shifts to shrink labels and newer packaging options for beverages.
Bowyer plans to continue focusing on acquisitions over the next three years, and envisions 12-15 total locations and coverage in every key wine location in North America.”
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