This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including Mark Michelson’s PI Xchange Live interview with Bruce Mandell, President of Data-Mail, yesterday. Other major announcements this week came from RR Donnelley, NPES and PIA, PIA MidAmerica, J.B. Kenehan, FutureMark, manroland sheetfed, Sun Chemical and NAPIM, Olmedo Printing and Xanté, Standard Press and Komori.
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).
The latest corporate sustainability report has been released by Sun Chemical, which introduces a new internal Web-based data collecting system designed to improve metrics reporting and highlights many examples of renewable projects being implemented at various Sun Chemical production facilities worldwide.
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ May 2014 edition, featuring Gallus Inc. and Prati Co., Graphco, Highcon North America, Sun Chemical, manroland web systems, Roland DGA, RBP Chemical Technology and Pacific Graphic Supply
ROCHESTER, NY—Xerox announced the appointment of Jeff Jacobson as COO, Xerox Technology; and Andrew Copley as president, Xerox Graphic Communications Operations.
Sun Chemical Group Coöperatief UA has purchased the remaining shares held by Inversiones Mundial (Grupo Mundial) in their Colombian joint venture companies Tintas SA and Sinclair SA. “This acquisition reinforces Sun Chemical and DIC’s commitment to both the printing ink business and the growing Latin American market,” said Rudi Lenz, president and CEO of Sun Chemical.
Sun Chemical will assist X-Rite in introducing the eXact series of spectrophotometers to the print and packaging industries. eXact offers customers a way to measure true daylight conditions by supporting all of the M Standards inclusive of the complete M1.
Speakers discuss what a bigger color gamut means to businesses and how to leverage the power of more color into customers’ advantage.