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Sun Chemical to introduce new hi-tech products at FESPA

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

May 13, 2005 -- Sun Chemical Screen will be introducing its latest hi-tech products for the graphic, digital and industrial printing markets at FESPA, which runs in Munich, Germany, from May 31 to June 4. The company’s full global family of screen brands, including Coates Screen and Gibbon, will be represented at the FESPA booth in Hall B1, Stand 610. Sun Chemical Screen experts will be on hand at the global showcase for screen (graphic and industrial), digital printing technologies to discuss latest developments in a wide variety of technologies. The new products will include the Streamline range of solvent and oil borne inks, digital printing of roll fed and rigid substrates using Colorspan and Durst flat bed systems, industrial printing of thermochomic inks, and printed electronics, and phthalate and PVC free ‘plastisol type’ textile inks. In addition, there will be a new comprehensive screen stencil chemistry with the SunCoat and Murakami range of products. Established products for roll label printing, optical disk decoration, container decoration and pad printing will also be shown at FESPA by Sun Chemical Screen, a company which is expanding its customer and employee base into countries such as Austria, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia and Turkey. Richard Martin, Sun Chemical’s corporate vice-president for Screen Inks, said: “These are exciting times for our company as we expand into new markets to take advantage of new opportunities through the introduction of new technologies and the continued success of our products in traditional marketplaces. FESPA will be an important show for us.”




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