David Savastano, Editor05.13.15
The announcement that Sensient Technologies has agreed to acquire the assets of Xennia Technology from Royal Ten Cate NV makes a lot of sense in the growing digital ink market. Xennia has developed technology in the digital textile and ceramic fields, which fits nicely with the focus of Sensient Imaging Technologies.
Dr. Christophe Bulliard, marketing director at Sensient Imaging Technologies SA, said that Xennia is a strong technology leader in the development of industrial digital printing solutions, and that there are strong synergies between the two companies.
“The combination of Xennia’s and Sensient ink portfolios will offer our customers and OEM partners all textile printing technologies from an integrated source: reactive, pigmented, sublimation and acid,” said Dr. Bulliard. “The combination of two very strong R&D groups will speed up the realization of key projects in other areas of industrial digital printing.
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