• High Performance Pigments

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor September 12, 2005
    Despite higher costs, improved properties are driving growth for high performance pigments in a variety of printing markets, including packaging, outdoor signage and non-impact printing.

  • European Printing Market Continues to Struggle

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor September 12, 2005
    Ink makers went into 2003 knowing it would be a hard year. With printing still in the doldrums, they realize it is going to be tougher than they envisaged.

  • The Ink Jet Ink Report

    Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor September 12, 2005
    Of all the segments for ink jet technologies, the wide format market offers the greatest opportunity for growth for ink manufacturers looking for areas to develop and market new ink jet inks.

  • Latin Ink Market Begins Recovery

    Charles Thurston, Ink World Correspondent September 12, 2005
    The troubled Latin American ink market is showing signs of improvements in some segments and in some countries.

  • Working to Modify REACH Proposals

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor September 12, 2005
    European ink and chemical manufacturers are adding their input into the European Commission's REACH legislation.

  • Ink Jet Inks Make Gains in Textiles

    Mike Agosta, Ink World Associate Editor September 9, 2005
    Traditionally, textile printing has been the realm of screen printing, but ink

  • The Resin Report

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor September 9, 2005
    Suppliers are banking on new technologies and cost efficiencies to help overcome rising raw material costs and the continued economic downturn.

  • Pigment Producers Rely on Innovation, Cooperation to Move Forward

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor September 9, 2005
    European producers are having to step up their technological efforts to ensure they hang on to key specialty segments.

  • NAPIM Convention Review

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor September 9, 2005
    There are signs that the ink industry may see economic improvement in 2003.

  • The Asian Ink Market

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor September 9, 2005
    China and India are the main drivers in this fast-growing region, which is drawing increased attention from ink companies

  • The Gravure Update

    Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor September 9, 2005
    Despite a tough economic year, the gravure market has managed some growth, with better things expected for the future.

  • The U.S. Top 20

    Staff September 9, 2005
    In spite of the continued economic challenges they are facing, some ink companies were able to find opportunities for growth in 2003.

  • Bill Miller Leads Flint Ink North America

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor September 9, 2005
    With his new team in place, the company�s new division president prepares for the future.

  • Paper, Ink Suppliers Work Closer Together

    Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor September 9, 2005
    Paper companies are devoting more effort to learning about the relationship between the surface of paper and inks

  • A New Day at Central Ink

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor September 9, 2005
    Led by chairman and CEO Richard Breen and new president Jack Ackerman, Central Ink makes an entrance into sheetfed and energy curing.

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