David Savastano, Editor08.01.17
Red gets read. The fast-moving consumer goods business moves even faster, and multinationals rely on ink suppliers to get their message out quickly and effectively.
As a result, printing and the ink industry are also becoming more international. Packaging is the most obvious example. Global consumer goods companies want their brands to be consistent around the world. The ink industry plays a huge part in this messaging, as color is a major part of a product’s identity.
Ink World’s July/August 2017 issue has plenty to offer in terms of providing a global perspective. The issue features our annual International Top Companies Report, where we highlight the major global ink manufacturers, and look ahead to what is in store for the coming year.
The Asia-Pacific region is an increasingly critical part of the ink industry. Ink World estimates that the region is the largest producer of ink. In The Asia-Pacific Report, I talk with industry leaders from the area to lea
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