DuPont looks to add packaging inks to its core markets of home and office, textiles.
David Savastano, Editor11.21.19
For three decades, DuPont’s inkjet ink business has been best known for its leadership position in the small office/home office (SOHO) market, as well as its expansion into textiles in the early 2000s. The company has led the way in developing water-based pigmented inks for these segments.
Now, DuPont has set its sights on another major market: packaging inkjet inks. With the company’s long record of innovation ink digital printing inks, DuPont figures to move quickly into this growing segment.
Eric Beyeler, global marketing manager, digital printing, Electronics & Imaging for DuPont, discussed the history of DuPont’s digital printing efforts, and how this will pave the way forward to the packaging space.
“Thirty years ago, DuPont entered the home and office space, and participated in the first launch of pigmented inks for desktop,” Beyeler said. “After home and office, the next step was the textile market in the early 2000s. We partnere
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