David Savastano, Ink World Editor07.19.12
The North American printing ink industry has had more than its share of challenges in terms of raw materials, and pricing and availability of resins are one of those key concerns.
Attendees celebrate Arez LLC's grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Arez International, Ltd. has changed that. With the opening of Arez LLC, the company’s new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Crossett, AR, Arez is now even better positioned to help ink manufacturers meet their resin needs.
“We at Arez are excited about the opening of our plant in Crossett, Arkansas,” said John Smith, president of Arez. “We are now in position to rapidly meet U.S. customer demand and remove the ocean freight uncertainty that importing entails.
Arez LLC is a partially owned subsidiary of Arez International, Ltd. The plant is designed to produce more than 30 million pounds of resins for the North American lithographic and publication gravure print
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