Adhesive Tape Converting Now Available

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Rochester Magnet Launches Adhesive Tape Converting Line

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Rochester Magnet launches converting capabilities for pressure sensitive adhesive tape(s) from a variety of tape manufacturers. After years 25 years of being a leading converter of flexible magnetic material and assemblies, this natural extension of converting services meets the customer demands.

The new product portfolio of adhesive tape products offers a wide variety of specialty adhesives manufactured in the USA by top name manufacturers. Using a solutions approach, the Rochester Magnet sales team takes the time to learn customer applications and recommend the correct solution.

“We are excited to be able to help our customers solve challenges in new ways,” noted Andrew Carpentier, Rochester Magnet President. “Our customers cross a wide variety of industries including print, point-of-sale display, signage, and packaging. They require specialty adhesive tapes in their products and we are now able to deliver those solutions.”

Types of adhesive range from rubber and acrylic to silicone based tapes tailored for specific substrates, environments, and applications. Various formats include single coated, double coated, transfer, and foam, most markets and typical uses are covered.

For years, customers have come to Rochester Magnet for “magnetic tape” as a large percentage of flexible magnets are laminated with adhesive. Now customers can get more of their adhesive tape requirements from a trusted source.

To learn more about the new line of adhesive, visit

About Rochester Magnet:
A leading converter of flexible magnetic materials and magnetic assemblies as well as pressure sensitive adhesive tape; Rochester Magnet is the source for ALL of your magnetic and adhesive tape requirements. From short run quantities to large scale production, our focus is on understanding our customers’ needs and delivering quality products on-time at an economical cost. For more information, visit

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