CPMA's 2007 International Conference focused on the importance of color in the ink, coatings and cosmetics industries.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor06.06.07
There is undeniably great value to color. Noting that, the Color Pigments Manufacturers Association’s
Thomas Rabe, second from left, research fellow for Procter & Gamble, was joined during the opening session by, from left, Ford Motor Co.’s Jon Hall, conference co-chair Aram Terzian of EMD Chemicals and Dr. Gerald Fuchs-Pohl of Merck Chemicals (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
(CPMA) 2007 International Conference on High Performance and Traditional Color Pigments examined “The Value of Color.”
The conference, co-sponsored by Rodman Publications, publisher of Ink World, Coatings World and Happi magazines and held at Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, MD, from April 25-27, 2007, offered the latest information from experts in color pigments manufacturing and related fields.
For the ink, coatings and cosmetics industries, there is indeed tremendous value in color. “The Value of Color” began w
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