The Sun Chemical Next Generation Customer program is designed to help form relationships with future partners.
Reinforcing its commitment to the graphic arts and packaging markets, Sun Chemical is opening a new coatings lab in Carlstadt, N.J.
The 2015 Sustainability Report showcases Sun Chemical’s leadership in eco-efficiency through established data-driven metrics.
TAGA has named both Paul Cousineau of Dow Jones, and Tony Bean of Sun Chemical, the 2016 recipients of the Michael H. Bruno Award.
Sun Chemical now offers its Streamline ESL 2 range of eco-solvent inkjet inks for the North American market.
Sun Chemical has formed a new Advanced Materials division which features an expanded portfolio of technologies from Sun Chemical, DIC.
The Streamline ESL HPQ low odor inks from Sun Chemical have been developed for the Roland Soljet Pro 2, Pro 3 and VersaCAMM printers.
Robert O’Boyle of at Sun Chemical has received the 2015 National Association of Print Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM) Pioneer Award.
Designed specifically for use in wide-format printers that use high-quality solvent-based inks, Sun Chemical's new Streamline range of OEM-compatible digital aftermarket inks provide an optimal solution for large-format display advertising. The inks are carefully matched to the original products for both color shade and strength, as well as physical properties, so print providers can use their existing printer settings when converting from the OEM inks.
Sun Chemical’s new SunLit Triumph Max commercial sheetfed inks are formulated for commercial sheetfed printers looking to increase productivity, improve print fidelity and meet strict sustainability requirements. The new inks use renewable resources and bio-based materials, and contain less than 2 percent in volatile organic compounds (VOCs).