Ink manufacturers are monitoring the supply chain while various trade shows are being postponed.
Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor02.28.20
[This story has been updated]
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is disrupting the supply chain and some of the top ink companies are pledging to monitor the situation carefully.
For Sun Chemical, this includes its raw material and intermediate suppliers and logistics providers.
"Proactively managing our customer orders, inventory levels, in-transit shipments and open order levels is a critical path for us,” said Jeffrey Shaw, chief supply chain officer, Sun Chemical. “We have established control teams to manage each of these areas and take the required precautions in order to prevent any supply disruptions. Specifically focusing on individual materials and suppliers will enable us to take any necessary precautions."
After the company released a Q&A for customers, Shaw offered an additional statement.
“While some regions in the world continue to improve, other regions are facing unprecedented challenges," he said. "At Sun Chemical, we contin
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