David Savastano, Editor12.14.17
For the ink industry, 2017 saw changes and new challenges. Ink inedustry leaders say they expect similar challengs ahead, but the continued growth in areas such as packaging continues to be cause for optimism.
“I expect 2018 will become more difficult, but we will be ready to deal with everything that comes our way,” said Rick Clendenning, president and CEO of INX International Ink Co. “We definitely plan on growing in 2018 within the markets we serve.”
“We expect continuity in business and success, plus we are confident that we will continue to play a key role in the ink industry,” Robert Doerffel, head of corporate communications in Europe for hubergroup Deutschland GmbH, reported.
Kazuo Semba, managing director and director of the Global Business Division, Toyo Ink Co., Ltd., noted that as far as the coming year goes, the overall outlook for the Toyo Ink Group remains good in line with forecasts
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