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Published December 2, 2013
Are Your Customers lining up to use YOUR products or services? 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 December 9, 2009
The daunting challenges that the printing ink industry has faced in the past few years are well known to all of us. The slow decline in the publication printing industry has been ongoing for a while now. The sudden surge in crude oil prices that bega… Read More »
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 2, 2009
The year 2001 has been a difficult one for the U.S. economy, and the printing ink industry is no exception. The National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers’ quarterly sales reports confirm that, showing sales of ink down an estimated 4.2… Read More »
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 10, 2007
We all know well the impact of consolidation on the ink industry. In 2005, a major wave of merger and acquisition activity among ink manufacturers significantly changed the landscape of the industry, creating a few larger multinational companies. &nb… Read More »
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published November 9, 2006
For ink manufacturers, the energy curable market has been one of the brightest areas in recent years, and that trend continues today, particularly in web offset, flexo and inkjet.          There are many reasons fo… Read More »
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published May 18, 2006
We all know that the U.S. printing ink industry has faced hard times in recent years. Caught between the proverbial rock, in the form of dramatically increasing raw material and operational costs, and a hard place, i.e., increasingly tight competitio… Read More »