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The Publication Ink Market
By David Savastano, Editor
Published November 27, 2013
Consolidations and acquisitions continue at the publishing and printing levels, and publication ink manufacturers are navigating these changes. Read More »
Published November 22, 2013
The worldwide printing ink industry is a more than $12 billion business. However, all inks are not the same; depending on the printing process, inks have different compositions. To make matters easier, Ink World, the most widely read magazine for the… Read More »
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published March 31, 2011
Environmental issues are one of the concerns facing offset printers today. The ability to print without volatile organic compounds (VOCs) would make life easier for printers in terms of press runnability as well as environmental paperwork. However, a… Read More »
The Offset Report
By Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor
Published September 9, 2005
The offset market has seen a slowdown as a result of the economy, but there is reason for optimism in 2003. Read More »
The Offset Report
By Tom Williams, Ink World Associate Editor
Published September 6, 2005
Raw material costs, price pressures and printer consolidation have constrained growth rates, but the offset market continues to make gains while keeping a wary eye on the coming year Read More »
21. DYO Printing Inks Manufacturing and Trade A.S.
Published August 1, 2014
Manisa Organized Industrial Zone, Section 5 Hasan Turek Boulevard, No: 6 45030, Manisa Turkey Phone: +90 236 226 5000 Fax: +90 236 226 5110 www.dyoinks.com E-mail: dmminfo@dyo.com.tr Sales: $56 million. Major Products: Coldset, heatset a… Read More »
The Asia-Pacific Ink Market Continues to Grow
By David Savastano, Editor
Published August 1, 2014
While the ink industry expands in the region, increased competition is likely to continue. Read More »