She is only the third person to receive the three highest honors in the North American printing industry.
Dave Savastano, Editor05.13.16
Until this year, there were only two people who have received the three highest awards in the industry – the Technical Achievement Award, the Printing Ink Pioneer Award and the Ault Award – in the more than 100-year history of the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM). Bob Bassemir and Dan Carlick, both of Sun Chemical, had received the three awards.
Lisa Fine, technical director for Joules Angstrom U.V. Printing Inks, is now the third person to have earned these three honors. Fine received the Ault Award, the most prestigious award in the North American printing ink industry, during the 2016 NAPIM Annual Convention on Las Vegas, NV.
Fine had previously received the Technical Achievement Award in 2002, and the Printing Ink Pioneer Award in 2010. A holder of eight patents, Fine has been a leader with NPIRI for more tha
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