Industrial Masking Tapes
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Frequently Asked Questions
The “Big 5” are the biggest and the dangerous animals that are special to the continent of Africa. These are Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant, Lion and Leopard. We could match our strongest ones only with the natures’ strongest ones.
There are three important points; the surface where the tape will be applied, the weight of full package and which condition the tape will be applied.
Each product will have a different expiry date. For detailed information you can contact us.
Yes, we do produce printed adhesive tapes. For detailed information please contact us.
Packaging tapes should not be taken off from their original packages until they used. They should be preserved from dust, moisture, sunlight and solvents. The storage temperature should be around 18°C – 65°F.
Based on the size of your order, we can produce different colored tapes by request.
We have annual audit by an impartial firm. As a part of ISO 14001, we have environmental analysis and evaluation of environmental risks.
The application of ISO 5001 Energy Management System Standards gives numberless of advantages for the issues which have vital importance for our world; for instance, less greenhouse gas emission, awareness of carbon footprint and awareness more energy and more involvement.
Our products are in the scope of recyclable wastes. We recycle our waste papers that come out with our production process with the licensed firms. In 2020, within this framework, we recycled more than 200 tons of paper.
We transfer our waste water which come out because of paper production to the central waste water treatment facility KOSBI, after preliminary treatment. KOSBI turns back the whole waste water to nature that comes from different firms, after purification.
As Ve-Ge, we believe that we have to protect the trees, for not cutting out the breath of world. For that reasons, we only use industrial forest sources for the products we produce with FSC certificate since March 2013.