Walker Tape started out of curiosity. After years of working in the hair replacement industry, founder Brent Bonham had a question. Was there a better way to produce innovative products by building custom machinery? Over the past 30 years, this question has been answered over and over again with a resounding, “Yes!”
Like most successful companies, Walker Tape started very small. In 1985, the journey began by producing products in Brent’s basement. It didn’t take very long for Brent to start thinking of and building new machinery, making very manual processes completely automated. It also didn’t take very long for Walker Tape to outgrow the basement and become established in the industry.
Our commitment to excellence has led to working with customers all over the world. We don't take the confidence and loyalty that our customers show us lightly. Quality in products, people, and processes remains a key priority for our business.
Under the direction of Brent’s grandson and current CEO, Shane Stott, Walker Tape Converting has continued to develop innovative products. As the company grows, so does the desire to create the very best products and customer service possible.
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