David Savastano, Ink World Editor || 12.10.09 For ink companies, 2009 was a balancing act, as manufacturers dealt with the global recession, volatile raw material prices and a drop in demand. Still, ink industry leaders see some signs of improvement heading into 2010.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor || 12.09.09 A major impetus behind the expansion of UV into new printing sectors is the growing acceptance of its safety and contribution to environmental compliance.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || 11.11.09 Even as they face volatile raw material pricing and the impact of the global recession, vehicle and varnish manufacturers continue to introduce new technologies.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || 11.11.09 While the global recession took its toll on some markets for UV and EB, energy curable technologies made gains in other segments, and UV and EB ink companies should benefit from the increasing emphasis on the environment.
Wink Faulkner, Markem Corporation || 11.02.09 The introduction of Touch Dry Hot Melt Ink technology and DOD ink jet printing enabled high-definition and crisp, instantly dry prints using a solid, wax-resin-based ink block
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor || 11.02.09 Capital investment in the European printing sector is recovering after a slump of a few years and is providing new opportunities for ink and other suppliers