Opens new manufacturing operations in UK to bring direct and indirect contact inks to EMEA.
David Savastano, Editor05.14.20
Manufacturing inks that meet regulatory standards is becoming increasingly important for food packaging, and inks that are approved for direct food contact are very much in demand.
Headquartered in Chalfont, PA, Colorcon No-Tox® Products manufactures and supplies these types of inks. Its focus is on US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and EU regulatory compliant specialty printing inks for direct and indirect contact with food, medical devices and pharmaceutical items.
Demand is growing worldwide, and with an eye on the EMEA market, Colorcon No-Tox has opened a new manufacturing facility in Dartford, UK. This will allow the company to reduce lead times and shipping costs.
“Our new No-Tox plant in the UK, which is an extension of our existing pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Dartford, will allow us to serve our customers in increasingly better and more efficient ways by providing our high-quality regulatory compliant inks and co
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