Tapco Inc. (USA) was founded in 1974 by Paul D. Taylor and Ted W. Beaty with the aim of developing and introducing industrial innovations to overcome the problem of the weaknesses of metal buckets by producing alternative plastic products. Nowadays Tapco owns two factories in St. Louis where elevator buckets are produced. For bucket manufacture Tapco uses polyethylene, urethane and nylon. Tapco elevator buckets are known for their durability and wear resistance to avoid costly equipment downtime. The constant availability of more than one million buckets in the company's warehouses allows to satisfy any customer requests quickly and efficiently.
Accessories for bucket elevators