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  • Ink Primer

    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…
    11.22.13

  • As Energy Costs Soar, the Solar Energy Market Offers Opportunities

    The printing ink industry continues to feel the effects of higher raw material and energy costs. Even the news that crude oil prices came down in the past month provided very little benefit, as the ink industry and its suppliers find themselves with…
    David Savastano, Ink World Editor 10.02.08

  • Customer Consolidation and the Printing Ink Industry

    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…
    David Savastano, Ink World Editor 10.10.07

  • U.S. Ink Industry Shows Slight Improvement in 2006

    Last year, the 2005 State of the Industry Report from the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM)  clearly showed the dire economic straits the U.S. ink industry finds itself. With earnings before interest and depreciation (EB…
    David Savastano, Ink World Editor 05.07.07

  • Sheetfed Ink Market Shows Signs of Improvement

    The past year included some signs of optimism for ink manufacturers. Business seemed to be picking up, and ink companies were generally able to raise their prices to help offset higher raw material, manufacturing and operational costs. The sheetfed i…
    David Savastano, Ink World Editor 01.05.07