Throughout 2002, Akzo Nobel Inks initiated several processes to better understand the needs of converters in the narrow web converting market. In an effort to better address these needs, Akzo Nobel Inks has invested in three fully automated manufacturing facilities.
New automated manufacturing concepts will enable Akzo Nobel Inks to produce a wide variety of products “on demand” to satisfy customers. “These facility and process changes will be fully implemented by July 2003,” said Dave Hiserodt, president. “We had embarked on a process to better listen to our customers’ needs during 2002, and as a result, we identified the need to bring our products and services closer to our customers.”
Akzo Nobel Inks’ narrow web business unit is the global market leader. By investing further in this leadership, Akzo Nobel Inks will continue to supply the market with the same high quality,
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