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Published November 18, 2005
Parelec Inc., a global leader in inks for fully additive printing of electronic circuits, appointed Geva Barash CEO. Mr. Barash brings the company worldwide industry knowledge in RFID as well as in graphic arts printing.      “… Read More »
Top International Companies
By Staff
Published November 16, 2005
The past year was one of tremendous changes, as major acquisitions such as the merger of Flint Ink and XSYS Print Solutions, Siegwerk Group's acquisition of SICPA Packaging Ink Division and Huber Group's acquisition of a majority share in Micro Inks dramatically reshaped the ink industry. Read More »
Industry Mourns Passing of H. Howard Flint II
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 25, 2005
Industry leaders and friends alike remember H. Howard Flint II, chairman of Flint Ink, as the ultimate people person and friend. Read More »
Published October 25, 2005
Precisia LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Flint Ink, announced that it is partnering with Impinj, Inc. to launch a line of RFID products utilizing Impinj’s family of chips.      Precisia’s products delivered through the… Read More »
Published October 25, 2005
Xennia has unveiled plans for expansion in the fast-growing market for industrial ink jet applications and launched XenJet, its new product manufacturing and supply division.      XenJet will provide a range of ink jet print engines… Read More »
The U.S. Top 20 Report
By Staff
Published October 25, 2005
While most ink manufacturers saw sales growth in 2004, globalization, rising raw material costs and subsequent ink price increases were key topics in 2004. Read More »
Published October 25, 2005
Dr. Graham Battersby, vice president and chief technology officer for Flint Ink Corporation, has been named president of Precisia LLC, the corporation’s wholly-owned printed electronics subsidiary.      Since its launch in 200… Read More »
The 2004 International Report
By Staff
Published October 24, 2005
As our International Top Companies Report illustrates, the ink industry is international in its scope, with Japan, U.S., Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, U.K., Holland, India, Mexico, France and Brazil home for the world�s top ink manufacturers. Read More »
Published October 21, 2005
Dr. James Rogers has been appointed director, new business development for Flint Ink Corporation. Dr. Rogers succeeds Leonard Walle, who retired on June 30 following nearly 33 years of service with Flint Ink.      In his new role, Dr.… Read More »
Published October 21, 2005
Flint Ink has appointed Dr. Joseph Raksis to the position of chairman and CEO of Precisia, LLC, the new technology business unit launched last year to target radio frequency identification (RFID) and other printed electronics applications.  &nb… Read More »
Drupa 2004 Review
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 10, 2005
Drupa 2004 drew nearly 400,000 attendees and showcased new technologies. As the printing industry evolves, the ink industry continues to change with the times. Read More »
Published October 10, 2005
Precisia LLC, a subsidiary of Flint Ink and a leading developer of advanced printed electronics technologies, announced its partnership with Thin Battery Technology (TBT) to more efficiently capture the rapidly expanding market for ultra-thin batteri… Read More »
The 2004 U.S Top 20
By Staff
Published September 30, 2005
While some ink manufacturers found 2003 to be another challenging year, some ink companies were able to generate strong growth. Meanwhile, the economic gains made in the fourth quarter of 2003 have ink companies optimistic about 2004. 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 »
The International Report 2003
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published September 12, 2005
The international nature of the printing ink industry is ever more apparent, as the leading ink manufacturers span the globe from Japan, the U.S., Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, the U.K., Holland, India, France and Brazil. Read More »
Published September 9, 2005
Flint Ink Corporation has announced a multi-million-dollar commitment to become the leading provider of conductive and advanced printing inks and printed electronics technology and processes. The commitment, including staff expansion and plans to dev… 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 July 5, 2005
Xaar Plc, based in Cambridge, UK and imaging Technology International Corporation (iTi Corp) of Boulder CO, USA, are pleased to announce a joint initiative to integrate Xaar’s inkjet printhead technology into iTi Corp’s range of industria… Read More »
Published June 15, 2005
H. Howard Flint II, chairman and retired CEO of Flint Ink Corporation, passed away on June 14, 2005 after a brief illness. He was 66. Born in Detroit, MI, Mr. Flint was the grandson of the corporation's founder, H. Howard Flint. After working… 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 »