As we battle COVID-19, ink manufacturers and their suppliers provide essential services to the world we live in.
John Copeland and George Fuchs, NAPIM03.27.20
With the outbreak of COVID-19, industries are being asked to confirm whether their businesses are considered to be essential to the running of the country.
John Copeland, executive director of the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers, and George Fuchs, NAPIM’s director, regulatory affairs and technology, recently sent a letter to various governmental agencies regarding the importance of the printing ink industry in everyday life. The text of the letter is posted below:
March 19, 2020
Dear U.S. Federal, State & Local Government Officials,
The printing ink industry sets a high priority for the health and safety of its employees. As this COVID 19 Coronavirus crisis is at a critical tipping point, we are paying special attention to industry employees and customers, and all who come in contact with our members, and are encouraging our industry to exercise common sense and care.
The National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers
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