• The European Ink Report

    The European Ink Report

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor March 10, 2008
    || European ink manufacturers are bracing for a challenging year, although there are opportunities for growth in some regions and markets.

  • CPIPC Honors INX

    CPIPC Honors INX's Roy Coyne, Handschy's Deven Parikh

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor February 7, 2008
    || CPIPC Honors INX's Roy Coyne, Handschy's Deven Parikh The Chicago Printing Ink Production Club (CPIPC) celebrated its 2008 Christmas Party during festivities held at The Pescatore Palace in Franklin Park, IL. In addition, the club present…

  • The UV Inkjet Market

    The UV Inkjet Market

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor February 4, 2008
    || Digital technologies continue to make gains in printing, and UV inkjet is particularly well positioned to increase its share of this growing market.

  • Vehicles and Varnishes

    Vehicles and Varnishes

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor February 1, 2008
    || The role of vehicles and varnishes is a critical one, and suppliers are developing new technologies while also facing increasingly higher raw material costs.

  • The Milling Report

    The Milling Report

    Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor February 1, 2008
    || Milling equipment manufacturers are seeing particular interest in process improvements and new technologies, including nanotechnology.

  • As Counterfeiting Grows, Security Inks Gain in Popularity

    As Counterfeiting Grows, Security Inks Gain in Popularity

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor February 1, 2008
    || While sales of security inks are rising in Europe, many brand owners are still selecting less effective anti-counterfeiting products due to cost considerations.

  • Top 25 Chinese Ink Manufacturers

    Sel Avci January 4, 2008
    || Top 25 Chinese Ink Manufacturers 1. Tianjin Toyo Ink Co., Ltd. 2. Hangzhou TOKA Ink Chemical Co., Ltd. 3. Taiyuan Coates Lorilleux Inks Chemical Ltd. 4. Zhejiang Yongzai Chemical Co. Ltd. 5. Shenzhen-DIC Co. 6. Shanghai Peony Printing lnk Co.,Ltd.…

  • New Developments of Printing Ink in China

    Joshua X.Tieshu, Coatings & Ink China January 4, 2008
    || The wrap-up information of the Ink Sub-Association of Chinese Daily-Use Chemical Industry shows that the increase in rates of ink consumption in China in years 2004, 2005 and 2006 are 9.4%, 10% and 9% respectively, of which the annual average increas…

  • Celebrating the Holidays With MNYPIA

    Celebrating the Holidays With MNYPIA

    Staff January 3, 2008
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  • The Sheetfed Ink Report

    The Sheetfed Ink Report

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor January 3, 2008
    || Despite concerns over raw material costs and consolidation among customers, ink manufacturers believe there are opportunities ahead for the sheetfed market.

  • The 2008 U.S. Ink Directory

    The 2008 U.S. Ink Directory

    Staff January 3, 2008
    || From Accent Ink to Zeres, Ink World's Annual U.S. Ink Directory offers a comprehensive list of addresses, contact information, products and key names on more than 200 printing ink manufacturers.

  • Printed Electronics Market is on the Rise

    Printed Electronics Market is on the Rise

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor January 3, 2008
    || Printed Electronics USA 07 showcased many of the new technologies that are driving the growth of printed electronics.

  • Move Toward Eco-Friendly Products is Likely to Lead to Increased Costs

    Move Toward Eco-Friendly Products is Likely to Lead to Increased Costs

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor January 3, 2008
    || European ink manufacturers are seeing increasing interest in environmentally friendly products. However, the cost of renewable resources is rising, and it will likely lead to higher prices.

  • The Year in Review

    The Year in Review

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor November 27, 2007
    || For most ink manufacturers, 2007 was a good year, although there remains much uncertainty regarding raw material costs and consolidation among printers. Meanwhile, a number of new leaders took the helm during the year.

  • Charles Knott - Flint Group

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor November 27, 2007
    || On Sept. 1, 2007, Charles Knott assumed the role of CEO for Flint Group, succeeding Dave Charles Knott Frescoln,who became deputy chairman of the company’s boards. Flint Group is continuing to expand its business, with…

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