Ink industry executives anticipate further growth in the region.
David Savastano, Editor09.10.20
Editor’s Note: In part 1 of Ink World’s 2020 Latin and South America Report, industry leaders discussed the impact of COVID-19 on the ink and printing industry in the region. In this feature, we look at expansion in the region.
The printing and ink industries in South America and Latin America have seen growth prior to COVID-19, and some ink companies see opportunities to expand their operations within the region.
In 2017, INX International Ink Co. acquired Creative Industria e Comercio Ltda., a leading flexo and gravure ink manufacturer in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since then, INX has been expanding its operations in Latin and South America, adding two new facilities since the beginning of 2019.
“We began operations in Colombia in early 2019 and in Paraguay during the fourth quarter last year, and we are studying the markets in other Latin and South America countries, such as Ecuador, Chile and Peru,” Guilherme Ribeiro, executive director of INX Brazil,
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