David Savastano, Ink World Editor10.15.09
As consumers are well aware, the cost of replacement ink and parts for printers is relatively high compared to the cost of the actual printer itself. For companies that rely on printers for their business, that extra cost is amplified.
While he was at Videojet, Thomas Quinlan saw an opportunity to develop a company that could provide improved value to ink jet users. As a result, Mr. Quinlan founded InkJet, Inc., a Willis, TX-based manufacturer of ink jet inks, make-up fluids and parts for continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers in the high-speed coding industry.
Since its start in 1990, InkJet, Inc. has successfully supplied this market, carving out annual sales of more than $10 million in a segment dominated by OEMs such as Videojet, Imaje and Domino. The company has grown to 100 employees who serve more than 3,000 customers located worldwide. Its products are used in a wide variety of coding applications ranging from soda cans to bottled water, and from PVC piping to car components. InkJ
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