Packaging printing looks to be an excellent opportunity for ink manufacturers.
Shem Oirere, Africa Correspondent11.15.18
South Africa’s printing industry has continued to post positive performance despite the country’s recent economic constraints, triggering an increased uptake of printing inks alongside growing concerns on how best to sustainably manage associated waste at the manufacture, packaging, use and disposal levels.
Analysts estimated South Africa’s printing inks market at $85.89 million in 2015 and anticipate a steady growth to $155.13 million by 2024, driven largely by the positive performance of key consuming sectors such as packaging, publication and commercial printing, metal cans and textiles, according to various market reports focusing on South Africa.
The printing inks market is dominated by manufacturers/suppliers such as New Africa Inks, GL Specialized Inks, Constantia Printing Inks, Hi-Tech Inks, Millian Inks, Select Inks, Flint Group South Africa, NuTec Digital Ink, and Hostmann-Steinberg South Africa.
Constantia Printing Inks, one of the largest private-owned
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