Joules Angstrom U.V. Printing Inks' founder and president honored by NAPIM.
David Savastano , Editor05.01.13
It is the classic American success story: beginning in a basement, an entrepreneur is able to build a successful company. It is also the story of Patrick Carlisle and his company, Joules Angstrom U.V. Printing Inks.
After years of learning the ink industry with mentors such as Pete Jacobs of Continental Inks, who took Mr. Carlisle under his wing, Mr. Carlisle started Joules Angstrom from nothing in 1999, working out of his parents’ basement. Mr. Carlisle has continued to grow Joules Angstrom to the profitable business it is today, employing more than 50 people in its state-of-the-art headquarters in Etna, OH, and becoming a leader in the UV litho ink field.
“Pat is what the Pioneer Award was designed to represent,” said Michael Murphy, an executive with Joules Angstrom. “He started the company in 1999, and it has grown every year since. The story of Joules Angstrom is really a pioneer story, especially in today’s ink market.”
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