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Participating Companies

Featured Illinois Manufacturer:
Budnick Converting
About Company   Columbia, IL

Budnick Converting

 

Budnick Converting, Inc. engages in the sale and conversion of adhesive tapes and foams. The company's primary converting services include slitting, die-cutting, printing, spooling, adhesive coating, laminating, xyz axis table-top cutting, and waterjet and in-line laser cutting services. It offers services for various industries, including appliance, point-of-purchase, electronics, transportation, building supply, moving and storage, medical, and distributors. Budnick Converting, Inc. is a woman's owned enterprise. The company was founded in 1952 is based in Columbia, Illinois, near St. Louis, MO. The company has sales, distribution or converting locations in St. Louis, Kansas City, Chattanooga, Dallas, Atlanta and Tampa. It also has a joint venture converting company in Monterrey, Mexico.

 

Top products: Double Coated & Transfer Tapes, High Bond Tapes, Foam Tapes & Gaskets Packaging, Tapes Masking & Surface, Protection Duct Tapes Film, Foil & Electrical Tapes, Specialty Tapes & Misc. Products, Dispensers & Applicators

 

Special Capabilities: Precision Cutting, Die-Cutting, Slitting, Printing, Adhesive Coating, Finishing & Spooling, Prototyping, Inventory Management, Consulting/LEADR Process Reviews

Product:

Custom Converting

Contact Information:

Zach Heller

www.budnick.com

618-282-0090



From earth moving equipment to automobiles; medical devices to consumer products, Illinois is home to 20,000 manufacturers employing nearly 600,000 people. 

IMEC, along with our strategic partners, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, and other friends of manufacturing, have launched this on-line resource to showcase the diversity of products made here and celebrate the companies that manufacture them. In towns from Chicago to Carbondale, manufacturing is the engine that powers the Illinois economy.