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By David Savastano, Editor
Published May 9, 2013
Throughout the world, the market for packaging remains strong Read More »
The Flexo Ink Market
By Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor
Published May 17, 2011
Flexo continues to be a dominant process in packaging, and flexo ink manufacturers enjoyed growth during the past year. Read More »
By Bonnie Bedolla, Flint Ink
Published October 15, 2009
Low odor and extractables levels can make UV flexo a more attractive option for a variety of markets Read More »
The Flexo Ink Market
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 25, 2005
The flexo ink market continues to grow, with solvent-based and UV flexo inks having particularly strong results in recent years. Read More »
The Flexo Report
By Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor
Published September 12, 2005
Valued as an economical process, flexo continues to dominate the packaging industry, while making inroads into new applications. Read More »
The Flexo Report
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published September 9, 2005
The outlook for the flexo ink market continues to look strong as flexo makes further inroads in the packaging industry and new applications are being developed. Read More »
The European Flexo Market
By Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor
Published September 2, 2005
Flexographic printing is continuing to notch up fast growth rates in the European packaging sector. But as it continues to gain a larger share of the market, mainly at the expense of litho offset, it is facing tougher challenges which could slow down its fast expansion. Read More »
Water-Based Inks
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published September 2, 2005
Improved performance, government regulations are the keys to future gains in the water-based ink market. Read More »
Flexo Makes Strides
By Jenn Hess, Ink World Associate Editor
Published September 2, 2005
Improved print quality, technological advancements and global growth opportunities have led flexography to be looked at as a premier printing process, on par with gravure and offset. Read More »