David Savastano, Ink World Editor12.03.09
When a company is able to completely focus on a single market, the advantages it can provide its customers are tremendous.
Such is the case for Lindgens Metal Decorating Coatings & Inks. Lindgens was formed in 2005, with its total emphasis on the metal decorating inks and coatings market. The newly-formed Lindgens group of companies was established when the management of the company took over the entire metal decorating operation from Flint Ink Corporation and XSYS Print Solutions Lindgens. With this move, the company became the first independent group of companies focusing solely on the metal decorating product area.
Jan Koivula, CEO of Lindgens, said that in the past, metal decorating was supplied by ink and paint companies that did not consider the segment to be a core business. Lindgens was formed by senior management to address all aspects of metal decorating.
“Metal decorating is an application for both inks and coatings,” Mr. Koivula said. “What we sta
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