Staff || August 7, 2008 Editor's Note: Here, in alphabetical order, are a few additional leading international ink companies that deserve notice.
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Staff || August 7, 2008 For the leading global ink manufacturers, 2008 was a time of economic uncertainty, as raw material prices continued to rise and the U.S. dollar slumped. Still, ink industry leaders also see some opportunities ahead.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || July 1, 2008 This year's Ault Award honoree offers his views on the changes occurring in the printing and ink industries, as well as the opportunities going forward.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || June 5, 2008 For ink manufacturers, the relationship between suppliers and customers is critical. Ink manufacturers
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David Savastano, Ink World Editor || June 4, 2008 As the Asia-Pacific region continues to enjoy economic expansion, led by China and India, printing ink manufacturers are enjoying strong growth throughout the region.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || June 4, 2008 Testing equipment allows ink manufacturers to ensure quality and consistency in all facets of business, from incoming raw materials to the finished ink. As a result, ink companies rely on testing equipment manufacturers for expertise.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor || June 4, 2008 It is a nervous time for ink producers and distributors in Europe due to the impact of the policies of China's government on the production of organic pigments and raw materials.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || May 8, 2008 Higher raw material prices, led by crude oil, continue to impact resin manufacturers, but the surge in new product development is helping to drive sales growth.