Dave Savastano, Editor05.20.15
INX International Ink prides itself in having world-class facilities. Jim Bailen, INX’s VP of engineering since 1999, plays a lead role in this success, having served as lead project engineer for every major facility expansion and equipment installation INX International has instituted in the last 20 years. His team has completed the design and managed construction of three recent multi-million production facility projects in the U.S. and overseas.
“Jim has an extremely observant eye to find safety situations and engineer safer ways to make ink,” said Rick Clendenning, INX president and CEO. “Jim has pioneered many developments over the years and truly deserves recognition for his contributions to the industry. Without him in this role, we would not be where we are today as a company with our world-class manufacturing facilities.”
In 1984, Bailen joined CPS, the in-house ink division of Sullivan Graphics in Dunkirk, NY, as an electrical supervisor in
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