Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor03.23.20
In the space of 42 years, Hans Gerd Doneck turned a small, one-man business that boiled inks in his household kitchen into a medium-sized provider of flexo and gravure inks.
The company produces solvent-based and water-based flexographic and gravure printing inks, which are primarily used to refine paper and foil packaging.
The products’ main areas of application are printing inks for flexible packaging, paper bags and wrapping paper, as well as cardboard boxes and napkins. This often also includes food packaging and items of daily use.
Doneck Euroflex S.A. currently employs approximately 160 staff at its headquarters in Grevenmacher, Luxembourg.
“With its aim of ensuring high-quality customer and delivery service across Europe, Doneck Euroflex S.A. has in recent years built up the Doneck Network, consisting of seven branches in Chile, Germany, England, Italy, Poland, Spain and Hungary,” said Rita Knippel, manager, marketing & communications, Doneck Euroflex.
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