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The Impact of Lower Crude Oil Costs on Printing Inks
By Dave Savastano, Editor
Published May 20, 2015
Declining crude oil costs don’t necessarily translate into lower prices for ink manufacturers. Here’s why. Read More »
Shamrock Technologies, Inc.
By Joon Choo, VP
Shamrock is the world leader in PTFE micropowders and the world’s largest processor of recycled polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). Shamrock manufactures micronized powders, dispersions, emulsions, and compounds, including PTFE, polyethylene, polyp… Read More »
Henkel, CMS Collaborate to Develop Microbial-Resistant, Food-Safe Additives for Packaging
Published March 28, 2014
Henkel and CMS Technology, a solutions provider for the food, packaging and materials industries, have announced their intention to pursue a strategic North America alliance to develop food-safe additives for packaging, the companies announced recent… Read More »
Published October 7, 2013
Improves hot and cold fog performance of polyethylene and EVA food packaging films Read More »
2. Flint Group
Published July 1, 2013
North American Headquarters 14909 North Beck Road Plymouth, MI 48170-7194 Phone: (734) 781-4600, Fax: (734) 781-4699 Web: www.flintgrp.com  Sales: US$2.9 billion; €2.25 billion euro  Major Products: Coldset and heatset… Read More »
The Art of Breaking Bubbles
By Jeanine M. Snyder, C. James Reader, Charles R. Hegedus, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Published September 16, 2011
Choosing the proper defoamer can eliminate foam from waterborne printing inks without causing detrimental effects to the finished print Read More »
Published October 29, 2010
Previously was president of the Ciba Specialty Chemicals Coating Effects Segment in North and South America Read More »
Proposed BASF – Ciba Merger May Foreshadow Further Consolidation
By Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor
Published October 2, 2008
As companies struggle with higher raw materials costs, a struggling economy and increasing pressure on margins, more consolidation is likely throughout the supply chain. Read More »