VP of sales and marketing at Central Ink joined the ink industry in 1986.
David Savastano, Editor02.02.17
Every December, the Chicago Printing Ink Production Club (CPIPC) selects a leading ink manufacturer as its Ink Maker of the Year. This year’s selection, Vic Dahleen of Central Ink Corporation, is an ideal choice for the prestigious honor.
A CPIPC member, Dahleen is VP of sales and marketing at Central Ink, where he has worked in positions of increasing responsibility since 1992. He entered the ink industry in 1986, joining his father Wendell and brothers Gregg and Brad at Acme Printing Ink.
“My dad Wendel was a salesman at Acme, and my brothers Gregg and Brad were also there,” Dahleen recalled. “I began in production and then went to an implant for four years, and while I had always hoped to work in the lab, being in production and working at an inplant were great learning experiences.”
In 1992, Dahleen interviewed at Central Ink, where he has worked ever since, beginning on the technical side and moving on to a wide range of responsib
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