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  • Blog: Sun Chemical Adds to Packaging Ink Portfolio with Colmar Inks

    David Savastano, Editor || January 18, 2016
    Addition of packaging ink manufacturer strengthens position in Canada.

  • KBA, HP Collaborate on Digital Press

    December 15, 2015
    HP, KBA develop most productive corrugated inkjet web press to date.

  • Crude Oil Costs and The Ink Industry

    Dave Savastano, Editor || May 20, 2015
    The issue of crude oil prices came up a lot during the recent National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM) Annual Convention. Ink industry executives are finding themselves explaining to their printing customers that the drop in the cos…

  • Ink Manufacturers Look To Adapt To Changes in The Printing Industry

    Dave Savastano, Editor || March 23, 2015
    Like any industry, the printing industry is facing growing pains as technologies change. Today, inkjet, UV and packaging are expanding. A decade or two ago, offset printing for publication and commercial projects held the largest share of the printin…

  • Xymox Brings Expertise to the PE Field

    Xymox Brings Expertise to the PE Field

    David Savastano, Editor || August 1, 2014
      In many ways, the membrane switch field was the original printed electronics (PE) market, and it is only natural that leaders in the membrane switch industry have brought their expertise to the PE segment. Xymox Technologies, Inc. is…

  • Vehicles and Varnishes

    Vehicles and Varnishes

    David Savastano, Editor || July 30, 2013
    Vehicles and varnishes play critical roles in ink formulation, and suppliers are developing new products for the ink industry.

  • Southern Ink Company Specializes in Serving Printers

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor || December 3, 2009
    When it comes to the sheetfed ink market, there seems to be two schools of thought. One approach, taken by larger ink manufacturers, is to focus on large accounts, and ignore small- and medium-sized printers. The other approach is to concentrate on t…