Packaging remains a key market for ink companies, who are expanding their investments in the region.
David Savastano, Editor07.12.18
The economies in Latin and South America are continuing to grow, which is also helping printing and ink industries. Still, the region defies simple generalizations, as each of the countries has its own characteristics.
Ink World places the region’s ink market at approximately $1 billion annually, led by Brazil and Mexico, and leading ink manufacturers are active throughout Latin America.
Fernando Tavara, president, Sun Chemical Latin America, said that the past year saw growth in the region, but Brazil and Mexco remain concerns.
“Overall, Sun Chemical has seen positive growth in Latin America during the past year, but there is significant turbulence in the region, especially in Brazil and Mexico, which are the two largest markets in Latin America,” Tavara reported. “Although the political uncertainty continues in Brazil, the economy has shown evident signals of recovery. In Mexico, the presidential election, in
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