While we are drinking a glass of juice from a carton pack, a cup of tea from a metal tin or paying with a credit card, few of us would recognize the enormous R&D effort that has been invested in the associated ink and printing technologies Read More »
To turn “Anthropocene” into a green era
When the Nobel Prize chemist Paul Crutzen popularized ‘Anthropocene” as a geological term that serves to mark the evidence and extent of human activities that have had a significant im… Read More »
Latin America has enjoyed solid economic growth in recent years, and its printing industry has also expanded. With an eye on these developments, ink manufacturers domestic and international alike have expanded their operations in the region.
For exa… Read More »
When Kent Shah first arrived in the U.S., he had looked first toward working in the pharmaceuticals field. Joining the ink industry was a secondary option.
However, Mr. Shah was unable to find a job in pharma, and… Read More »