Ink companies are looking for ways to improve efficiency, meet customer quality needs.
David Savastano, Editor01.21.20
Ink companies are constantly looking for ways to improve their production operations, and milling and mixing equipment suppliers continue to make advances in their technology.
Jim Bailen, VP of engineering for INX International Ink Co., said that increased investment in milling and mixing equipment remains essential.
“Much like all those involved in the business of manufacturing printing inks, the need for newer milling and mixing equipment is in our annual forecast for process improvements,” Bailen added. “We continue to review customer quality requirements and efficiency metrics that drive the need for new technology improvements in the area of mixing and milling platforms.”
Patrik Maeder, senior sales director of Buhler Group’s Grinding Dispersion Division, said Buhler Group is seeing some growth among its customers in the graphic arts market.
“We have seen reservations to invest in capital equipment and new technologies
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