Mr. Coleman received the Ault Award, the most prestigious honor in the ink industry, for his 42 years of service and leadership in the printing ink industry
David Savastano, Ink World Editor05.18.06
The last month has been a very interesting time for Jim Coleman, National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers’ (NAPIM) executive director. During the NAPIM Convention in late March, Mr. Coleman received the Ault Award, the most prestigious honor in the ink industry, for his 42 years of service and leadership in the printing ink industry.
From left, Cal and Sandy Sutphin of Braden Sutphin Ink enjoy a conversation with Jim and Sue Coleman during the MNYPIA dinner.
“I’m truly honored and very appreciative,” Mr. Coleman said. “Receiving the Ault Award was a pleasant surprise. I’m very honored to be part of such a distinguished group of people.”
Mr. Coleman’s record of leadership in the ink industry is exemplary. Mr. Coleman entered the ink industry in 1961, when he joined the product development laboratories of Borden Chemical. After holding several technical and plant management positions including vice presi
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