David Savastano, Editor03.15.19
Innovation and service are critical to the offset ink market. Printers rely on their ink suppliers to formulate high-quality new products and provide the service
Kwang Myung Ink Co., Ltd. (KMI) is ideally suited to meet these needs. Founded in 1976, KMI specializes in offset inks, with products ranging from coldset, sheetfed, and heatset inks. The company produces 35,000 tons of ink annually.
“KMI is a South Korean ink manufacturer, based in the port city of Busan,” said Peter Baird, global sales and marketing director. “Established in 1976 by ink chemist Lee Nam Kyu as a specialized company for offset inks, KMI has a state-of-the-art resin and ink manufacturing facility and is one of the most modern producers in the world. With 60% of all its production being exported outside of Korea, to approximately 60 countries, through a network of professional distributor partners, KMI offers high-quality inks for sheetfed, heatset and coldset pr
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