Ink manufacturers are partnering with printers and brand owners to solve concerns over packaging, migration.
Increased regulations, ranging from REACH and migration in food packaging, are impacting the ink industry and its customers. Ink manufacturers are working closely with printers and brand owners to solve these issues.
“Wikoff Color has taken the necessary steps to prepare for the increased regulations affecting the ink industry and our customers,” said Geoff Peters, Wikoff Color’s president and CEO. “We are here to help our customers navigate through some of the more complex subjects, such as food packaging safety. Our dedication to research, paired with our exceptional technical service, makes us a great partner when tackling these issues.”
“Our experience with REACH and migration issues has not impacted us or our customers significantly to my knowledge, with the exception of time spent educating ourselves and our customers,” said Jim La Rocca, COO of Superior Printing Ink. “Many questions still remain unanswered and the
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