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Wikoff Color Corporation Announces Organizational Changes
Published July 2, 2014
Greg Burch named VP international and security markets Read More »
Published June 3, 2013
Adds energy-cure inkjet ink manufacturing facility and cleanroom Read More »
Published June 3, 2013
Will work with inkjet integrators and printhead manufacturers to develop custom ink solutions Read More »
Published April 24, 2013
Center for Ink and Printability at Westerm Michigan University at WMU hosts seminar covering a wide range of topics Read More »
Published June 8, 2012
Todd Ratigan named branch manager Read More »
15. Wikoff Color Corporation
Published July 1, 2011
1886 Merritt Road  Fort Mill, SC 29715 Phone: (803) 548-2210 Fax: (803) 548-5728 www.wikoff.com Sales:$150 million (Ink World estimate). Major Products: Sheetfed and web offset inks, solvent-based and water-based flexo and gravure inks, e… Read More »
Geoff Peters - Wikoff Color Corporation
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published November 27, 2007
Wikoff Color has been an impressive success story in recent years. Through organic growth, Geoff Peters innovative products and strategic acquisitions, the company has grown from an estimated $80 million four years ago to an… Read More »
Published October 24, 2005
Wikoff Color Corp., Fort Mill, SC, has purchased the assets of Merit Ink & Coating Co., Alpharetta, GA. The transaction closed on July 28, 2004.      Merit Ink & Coating, a 50-employee company with sales in the eastern U.S.,… Read More »
Published September 9, 2005
William Tasker has joined Wikoff Color Corporation, Fort Mill, SC, as director of special projects & business development. Mr. Tasker is a 32-year veteran of the ink industry, and received the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (N… Read More »
Dedication Remains the Hallmark of the CPIPC
By David Savastano, Editor
Published November 27, 2013
There was a time when many major U.S. cities had their own printing ink production clubs, where members gathered outside of work to share knowledge and get to know each other. Read More »