David Savastano, Ink World Editor01.31.13
The Brazilian printing industry is one of the most vibrant growth markets in the world today. For domestic and international ink manufacturers alike, it is a market of tremendous interest, and numerous multinational ink companies have set up shop in the country.
With annual sales of more than $40 million, Cromos S.A. Tintas Gráficas remains the leading domestic ink manufacturer in the nation, and continues to receive top honors from Brazilian printers, receiving the prestigious Fernando Pini Brazilian Awards for Graphic Excellence prize for Best Printing Ink Supplier in 2012, which is sponsored by Abigraf (the Brazilian Graphic Industries Association) and ABTG (the Brazilian Graphic Technology Association). It was the seventh time the company received the top award from the Brazilian printing industry.
“By far, the most important award is the Fernando Pini prize,” said Gero Pluecker, vice president, Cromos S.A. Tintas Gráficas. “For us, being awarded
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