Sun Chemical's Print 05 Exhibit Draws Printers From 44 Countries Seeking New Ink Technology
Press release from the issuing company
NORTHLAKE, IL - Sept. 21, 2005 - Sun Chemical today reported excellent results from its participation in Print 05, the world's largest graphic arts exposition this year. The show, held Sept. 9-15 in Chicago, drew over 700 qualified printers from 44 countries to the Sun Chemical booth. Of those, 60 percent indicated their intention to buy new ink products within the next three months.
“Kohl & Madden had excellent results at Print 05 where we showcased our new Liberty inks, one of the few breakthrough technologies introduced at the show,” said Brad Bergey, president, Kohl & Madden, the commercial printing division of Sun Chemical. “Word spread quickly at the show that we had something special, and this resulted in increased traffic. Already, hundreds of printers have placed orders to trial the product.”
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