Collins Inkjet Corp.

HP Adds New Indigo, Scitex Solutions to Help Package Printers and Converters Enter On-Demand, Versioned Packaging
May 8, 2014

HP announced at interpack 2014 the expansion of its Graphics Solutions portfolio, opening the door to the corrugated, flexible-packaging and folding-carton markets previously not addressed by digital printing technologies. To help packaging converters and manufacturers take advantage of the digital opportunity, HP is introducing the HP Scitex 15000 Corrugated Press for production of corrugated displays and short-run packaging. HP also announced general availability and a new lamination partner for its HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 Digital Presses.

Kodak Loses Latest Round in Ongoing Legal Battle with Collins Inkjet
March 11, 2014

A federal judge in Ohio has temporarily stopped Eastman Kodak Co. from charging different prices for refurbishing a piece of printing equipment depending on whether those customers use Kodak-made ink or a competitor’s.

Collins Inkjet Corp. of Ohio sued Kodak in September, alleging the Rochester printing technology company was unfairly trying to claim all the Versamark ink business by telling users of the Kodak-made printing press line that getting printheads refurbished would cost more if they used non-Kodak inks.

In a ruling last week, U.S. District Judge Michael R. Barrett gave Collins Inkjet a preliminary injunction banning Kodak from any such two-tier

Supplier News
October 1, 2013

Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ October 2013 edition, featuring Marie Leising & Associates and Newhouse Associates, Fujifilm North America, Mohawk

Kodak Wins Round in Ink Fight
November 5, 2011

One of Eastman Kodak Co.’s key suppliers must continue to provide it with inkjet ink, a federal judge in Rochester ruled Friday. Kodak sued Collins Ink Corp. last month after the Ohio manufacturer tried to end a 10-year-old supplier deal.

U.S. District Court Judge David G. Larimer sided with Kodak’s argument that Collins failed to follow the terms of the supplier contract that allowed for termination of the agreement after 180 days’ notice.

“Anxiety, nervousness or ’buyer’s remorse’ about the wisdom of the contract does not absolve one from complying with all the terms of the contract,” Larimer wrote.