13.09.2016 - 17.09.2016 — Hall: 11.1 Stand: D 53
Atlas Tapes is a verticaly intergrated manufacturer of self- adhesive tapes.
Greek market leader, ranking between the top European producers, exporting over 85% of production.
Original company was founded in Athens, by Christopher Lantzis and his sons in 1953. In 1977,the production moved to Atalanti where it still remains today.
Over the years, various investments led to the addition of new coating technologies and currently the company manufactures a comprehensive range of tapes, which includes:
PVC, BOPP coated with solvent, acrylic and hot melt adhesive
Acrylic, solvent and hot melt
Cellulose and BOPP Specialty products
Takis Lantzis and son Jason (third generation) with the support of new investors are on the helm of Atlas Tapes since 2008. During the same period, a five year investment program was implemented which led to the expansion of the total covered area of plants to 40,000sqm, on 140,000sqm plot which included new offices to accommodate the continuously increasing needs of human resources, a fully automated slitting department , a new 2 meter solvent coating line and the renovation of a stat of the art laboratory, operating under ISO 9001 and 14001.
In 2014 Atlas Tapes celebrated the 30th years anniversary of masking production by installing a new paper impregnation line (total of two) and an exclusive masking solvent natural rubber coater (total of five) along with other two lathe slitters (total of three).
Atlas Tapes production today operates with:
9 coating lines: two acrylic water based, five solvent natural rubber and two hot melt synthetic rubber
2 masking paper impregnation lines
19 fully automatic and robotic slitter- rewinders and numerous semi- automatic, as well as three fully automatic lathe (torno) slitters.
The continuous development and upgrade of the plant facilities highlight the company’s dynamic for technologically advanced production and high quality standards.
A large investment has also been made on personnel that exceeded 350 skilled employees (195 in 2010) constituting the heart and soul of the operation. Personnel numbers are continuously increasing as a result of the augmented capacity and sales force as well as constant developments of the company.