Technical manager, graphic arts for Hydrite Chemical honored by NAPIM.
David Savastano , Editor05.01.13
Styrene/acrylic polymers have been an important advancement for water-based inks, and Holly Anderson, technical manager, graphic arts for Hydrite Chemical, has been in the forefront of this development.
“I have been very fortunate to have been involved with styrene/acrylic type polymer chemistry from its early development and growth in the water-based ink and coating markets,” Ms. Anderson said. “As such, I was proud to have played an integral role in helping to grow Morton’s business substantially over 23 years. I was also grateful for the opportunity to travel internationally and meet some phenomenal folks who are dedicated to the business and who also became good friends.”
Ms. Anderson’s roots in the industry started on the ink side at Borden Ink in 1974.
“In the summer of 1974, I answered an ad for a ‘laboratory’ job that required some college chemistry,” she said. “I was surprised to learn that
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