David Savastano, Ink World Editor August 7, 2008 During drupa, Kunio Sakuma, president and CEO of Toyo Ink Manufacturing Co., Ltd. reflected on the
nature of Toyo Ink’s business.
“Our business focus is divided into two parts,” Mr.…
David Savastano, Ink World Editor August 7, 2008 In the past 10 years, there has been much consolidation within the printing ink industry. Siegwerk has
been heavily involved in these moves and the company’s emphasis on higher-value markets such as packa…
David Savastano, Ink World Editor August 7, 2008 Having come on board as CEO of Flint Group in September 2007, Charles Knott said he is enjoying
Charles Knott, third from right, with Flint Group’s Dr. Dirk Aulbert, Dr. Thomas Telser and Dennis Wolters.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor August 7, 2008 For Rudi Lenz, president and CEO of Sun Chemical, 2008 marked the first time he has attended drupa
as the leader of Sun Chemical, and he used the opportunity to its fullest by staying the entire 14-day run.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor August 7, 2008 Drupa 2008 was another huge show, with nearly 391,000 visitors from 138 countries checking out the 1,971 exhibits, and leading international ink manufacturers were well represented, showcasing innovative new products and services.
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 June 5, 2008 For ink manufacturers, the relationship between suppliers and customers is critical. Ink manufacturers
Joining Jeff Koppelman, fourth from left, this year’s Ault Award recipient, are past Ault Award honorees Michael Murphy, C…