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Material Advances are Paving Way for Further Growth in Printed Electronics
By Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor
Published August 9, 2006
Although the printed electronics market is taking off more gradually than initially thought, advancements in materials offer even greater possibilities. Read More »
RFID and Printed Electronics
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published May 18, 2006
Experts predict that RFID and printed electronics will grow into a $16 billion business within the next 10 years. What role will the ink industry have in that growth, and who is best positioned to take advantage of this opportunity? Read More »
Potential is Tremendous for RFID, Smart Labels
By Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor
Published September 12, 2005
Radio frequency identification (RFID) and similar types of smart labels are predicted to create a massive new market for both printers and ink makers. The big question is how long will it take to arrive. Read More »
Electronic Ink Makes Gains in Europe
By Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor
Published September 8, 2005
New electronic display technologies using conductive polymers and electrically charged inks could soon have an impact on the large-format market. Read More »
Published April 5, 2005
Sun Chemical announced changes in its North American divisions to enhance customer service and operational efficiency. Among the changes, Michael Griem has been given overall responsibility and leadership for all North American ink businesses as pres… Read More »
Published February 8, 2005
Sun Chemical announced that Michael S. Murphy has resigned as president of its North American Inks division, which spans the U.S., Canada and Mexico. "Mike has chosen to resign for personal reasons," said Wes Lucas, chairman, president a… Read More »
Published January 11, 2005
Dr. Graham Battersby, vice president and chief technology officer for Flint Ink, has been named president of Precisia LLC, the corporation's wholly-owned printed electronics subsidiary. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in the UK, Dr. Ba… Read More »